What is the molar quantity of #NO(g)# that expresses a volume of #4.34*L# under standard conditions?

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Jun 15, 2017

Answer:

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Explanation:

We know that an Ideal Gas has expresses a molar volume of #22.4*L# at #"STP"#.

And thus #"moles of nitric oxide"# #=# #(4.34*cancelL)/(22.4*cancelL*mol^-1)#

#=0.194*mol#, i.e. #1/(mol^-1)=1/(1/(mol))-=mol.............#

And is #"nitric oxide"# an Ideal Gas? Well, no, but under these conditions, nitric oxide would approximate Ideal Gas behaviour.