What are some examples of the Avogadro's law?
I've got a nice example for you:
You have a
So, let's go about solving this using Avogadro's law; according to this, the volume a gas occupies is proportional to the number of gas molecules present in that respective volume - at constant pressure and temperature.
Let's break this problem up into two stages: after the removal of moles (1) and after the addition of moles (2). So, the initial number of moles in the balloon was
The number of moles went from
The number of moles doubled - from
Again, an overall increase in the number of moles caused the volume to match this increase.
Here's a video of other Avogadro's law examples;
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