What volume does 16.0g of o2 occupy at stp

asked by ricardo
  1. Hello, at STP a standard gas has 22.4 L volume and 1 atm pressure. The atomic mass of one mole of O2 gas would be 32 g. And this is 16 g of 02 which would mean that there is 16g/32g = 0.5 mol O2 gas. So, if 1 mol of any standard gas at STP is 22.4 L then 0.5 mol would be 11.2 Liters. Hope this helps.

    posted by yoyoma
  2. 11.2 Liters

    posted by Ashley

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