Two flasks A and B of equal capacity of volume contain SO3 and Co gas respectively under similar conditions of temperature and pressure. Then, which of the following statement is true?

(1) A has twice the number of moles as that B.

(2) B has twice the number of moles as that of A.

(3) A and B have equal number of moles.

(4) B has twice the number of atoms as that of A.

  1. 👍 8
  2. 👎 4
  3. 👁 2,027
  1. a mole of ANY gas occupies 22.4 L at s.t.p.

    1. 👍 5
    2. 👎 1
  2. Same mole because at STP

    1. 👍 5
    2. 👎 3
  3. A and B have equal number of moles

    1. 👍 8
    2. 👎 1
  4. A and B have same no. of moles because they have same volume.

    statement; if they have same no. of volume then they have same no. of moles and molecules .

    1. 👍 4
    2. 👎 2

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