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Consider three one-liter flasks labeled A, B, and C filled with the gases NO, NO2, and N2O, respectively, each at STP.

Which flask contains 1.0 mole of gas?

  • chemistry -

    PV = nRT and
    n = PV/RT
    Plug in P, V, R, and T and you can calculate n.

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    All are the same

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