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Assume that you have 2.10 of the deadly gas hydrogen cyanide, . What is the volume of the gas at STP?

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    2.10 WHAT?
    2.10 grams? Then 2.10/molar mass HCN = moles.
    Then moles x 22.4L = volume in L.

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