# If there are 56*L of ozone, what molar quantity is present under standard conditions?

Apr 25, 2017

Well, if it is pure ozone, there are approx. $2.5 \cdot m o l$ of ${O}_{3} \left(g\right)$.

#### Explanation:

Under standard conditions of temperature and pressure, $273 \cdot K$, and $1 \cdot a t m$, one mole of ideal gas occupies $22.4 \cdot L$.

And thus we calculate the quotient..........

(56*L)/(22.4*L*mol^-1)=??*mol

Note that ozone is a trace atmospheric gas, and you cannot get a bottle of ozone, as you would get a bottle of dioxygen, dinitrogen, etc.