What is the molar volume of neon?

1 Answer
Jun 10, 2017

You want the molar volume of neon?


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.