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How many moles of gas will occupy 6.75 m3 at 65.0°C and 3.28 x 105 Pa?

A. 7.98 x 104 mol
B. 4.10 x 103 mol
C. 7.88 x 102 mol
D. 4.15 x 105 mol

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  1. How many moles of gas will occupy 6.75 m^3 at 65.0°C and 3.28 x 10^5 Pa?

    A. 7.98 x 10^4 mol
    B. 4.10 x 10^3 mol
    C. 7.88 x 10^2 mol
    D. 4.15 x 10^5 mol

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