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What volume (in liters) is occupied by 0.01 moles of carbon monoxide, CO at 9 degrees C and 0.973 atm?

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PV = nRT

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pv=nrt
hence, v=nrt/p
v=(0.01*0.082*282)10.972
v= 0.238L

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