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If I have 1.5 moles of an ideal gas at a pressure of 3 atmospheres and a volume of 7 liters, what is the temperature?

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υ = 1.5 mol
p= 3 atm = 303975 Pa
V=7 L = 0.007 m³
R=8.31 J/mol•K
T=?

pV= υRT
T=pV/υR=
=303975•0.007/1.5•8.31=170 K

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