What is the molar volume of neon?

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Jun 10, 2017

Answer:

You want the molar volume of neon?

Explanation:

Well, using the Ideal Gas Law, the molar volume at standard temperature and pressure (and the standards change across each syllabus), is #22.4*dm^3# at a pressure of #1*atm#, and a temperature of #273*K#.

Would this gas be denser than oxygen or nitrogen?

Remember the caveat with regard to molar volume; as an educator it is sometimes really galling that standards committees change long established conventions, and protocols.