What mass of sulfur gas would be found in a 2.45 liter container at SATP?
We're asked to to find the mass of gaseous sulfur that occupies a volume of
I'll assume for these purposes that the sulfur is present as individual, gaseous atoms, rather than
Standard ambient temperature and pressure (SATP) is defined as
#298.15# #"K"#(temperature; equal to #25.0^"o""C"#)
We can use the ideal-gas equation to solve for the number of moles of sulfur,
Now, let's use the molar mass of sulfur,
Thus, if a