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The volume of a mass of gas is 300 ml at 25°C and 685 torr. What will the gas occupy at STP?

Will the temperatures be the same when I do (P1V1/T1) = (P2V2/T2) ?

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    No. The T is 25C and STP is 0 C. Remember must be in kelvin.

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    So would 248 ml be correct

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    yes. See above.

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