Can someone please check my answer for chemistry
posted by Mary
Compelete the following table for an ideal gas.
P= 7.74*10^3 Pa
V= 10.3 mL
N= ?
T= 25°C
I'm getting 3.20e4, but my online homework says its wrong, what am I doing wrong?

DrBob222
You didn't show your work so I don't know what you're doing wrong. Perhaps nothing more than punching the wrong button?
PV = nRT
7.74kPa x 0.0103L = n*8.314*298K
n = 3.22E5 moles
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