# What is an example of an Ideal gas law practice problem?

##### 1 Answer

The Ideal Gas Law is a comparison of the the Pressure, Volume and Temperature of a Gas based upon the amount either by mole value or density.

There are two basic formulas for the Ideal Gas Law

P = Pressure in Atmospheres

V = Volume in Liters

n = Moles of the Gas Present

R = The Ideal Gas Law Constant

T = Temperature in Kelvin

M = Molar Mass of the Gas in

d = Density of the Gas in

If we were given a 2.5 mole sample of

P = ??? atm

V = 5.0 L

n = 2.5 moles

R =

T = 30 C + 273 = 303 K

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