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Question:
A sample of Freon12 (CF2Cl2) occupies 2.261 x 101 L at 337 K and 2.917 x 102 kPa. Find its volume (in L) at standard temperature and pressure (STP).
Equation:
p1v1/t1=p2v2/t2
My Work:
(2.917 x 102 kPa)(2.261x101 L)/337K = (101.3 kpa)( x )/273 k
My Answer:
543.4 L
Is this the correct way to do this? In what form should the answer be put?
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