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calculate the volume occupied by 7g of N2 gas at 27 degree c and 750mm Hg pressure

asked by Ashokarao gunupuru
  1. p v = n r t ... v = n r t / p

    make sure the r value has the correct units

    posted by Scott
  2. As we know that PV =nR T .................(1)eqn.
    First of all, we will find n =given mass / molar mass
    Then, put values in equation no. (1)
    Make sure about value of R
    Answer will be 6.239litres

    posted by Divya

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