What is an example of a molar volumes of gases practice problem?

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Jun 21, 2018

Answer:

Under standard conditions, a gas occupies #29*L#; what is the molar quantity of the gas?

Explanation:

Of course, the question will specify the standard conditions, and also quote the molar volume of a gas under same conditions. Typically, under standard conditions of #1*"bar"# and #298*K#, such volume is #24.8*dm^3*mol^-1#...

...and here #1*dm^3#, a unit of VOLUME is...

#1*dm^3-=(1xx10^-1*m)^3=10^-3*m^3-=1*L#...

i.e. #1*L-=1*dm^3#...

If you want more such examples, perhaps you should specify at which level you study...