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what is the volume at standard temperature and pressure for 28.4g of N2H6SO3?

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    That compound is called ammonium sulfamate and is a white crystalline powder used as a weed killer. Its density is about 1.8 g/cm^3 at STP

    You can't use the perfect gas law on powders. The volume will be 28.4/1.8 = 16 cm^3

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ammonium_sulfamate
    for more information about the compound

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    thank you. (:

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