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Molar Volume(1mole=24.4L at STP)
Question: Convert 40mL to moles
I converted 40mL to .04L
*Need help in coverting .04L to moles

  • Chemistry -

    When you have a situation such as this go back and use dimensional analysis to set up the problem.
    0.04L x (1 mol/24.4 L) = ?
    You may want to check that number of 24.4 L/mol. It all depends upon what you're calling STP. When I was in school that STP thing was standard. It isn't now.

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