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A container is filled with 8.0×10^21 O2 molecules at 9 Celsius and 815 mm Hg.

What is the volume in mL of the container?

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asked by Sam
  1. Use PV = nRT
    Change 9C to Kelvin.
    n = 8 x 10^21/6.022 x 10^23
    Change 815 mm Hg to atm.

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