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0.052 moles of a gas has a pressure of 1.32 atm at 127 degree C. Calculate its Volume at STP

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  1. 1 mole occupies 22.4L, so your gas fills (.052*22.4) = 1.16L
    PV = kT
    So, PV/T = k, a constant. Thus, you want V such that
    1*V/273.15 = (1.32*(.052*22.4))/(273.15+127)
    V = 1.05 L
    makes sense, since it's getting cooled down

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