# Avogadro's Law

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- Why is Avogadro's law important?
- How was the Avogadro's law discovered?
- Is Avogadro's law used in stoichiometry?
- How is Avogadro's law used in everyday life?
- What are some common mistakes students make with Avogadro's law?
- What is an example of an Avogadro's law practice problem?
- What are some examples of the Avogadro's law?
- According to Avogadro's law, as the number of moles of gas increases, what happens to its volume?
- How is the Avogadro's law written?
- What is the Avogadro's principle?
- According to Avogadro's law, why do equal volumes of molecular hydrogen and nitrogen contain the same number of molecules when they are at the same temperature and pressure?
- What is the mathematical definition of Avogadro's law?
- Why does Avogadro's principle hold true for gases that have large particles and also for gases that have small particles?
- Is the Avogadro constant used in the Avogadro's law formula?
- What volume will 2.3 kg of nitrogen gas occupy at STP?
- What is the number of atoms in one mole of carbon atoms?
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- What gas law should we use to show that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to the amount of gas?
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- A chemical reaction occurring in a cylinder equipped with a moveable piston produces 0.58 mol of a gaseous product. If the cylinder contained 0.11 mol of gas before the reaction and had an initial volume of 2.1L, what was its volume after the reaction?
- How would you convert from 3.3x10^22 molecules C6H6 to atoms?
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- For a given molar quantity of gas, how does the end pressure vary?
- What did Avogadro count the number of?
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- Acontainer originally contains 34 moles of oxygen gas at a volume of 2.4 L. If the container has 12 more grams of oxygen gas pumped into it, what will be in the new volume of the container? Assume constant temperature and pressure.
- When two gases have same number of moles then they also have same number of molecules. Is it correct?
- Which is the valid observation for the reaction...? #3O_2(g)rarr2O_3(g)#
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- What mass is a sample of oxygen gas that contains Avogadro's number of atoms?
- How many moles are there in a sample of 49 grams of #H_2SO_4#?
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- Which of the following is consistent with Avogadro’s law?
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- What is Avogadro's number?
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- Why does a balloon of #2*L# volume contain TWICE as many gaseous particles as a balloon of #1*L# volume under equivalent conditions of pressure and temperature?
- If Sample #1 contains 2.98 moles of hydrogen at 35.1 degrees C and 2.3 atm in a 32.8 L container. How many moles of hydrogen are in a 45.3 liter container under the same conditions? Thank you for helping.
- When would you know to use the Avogadro number as a conversion factor in a stoichiometry problem?
- If #"3.50 mols"# of freon-12 gas was added to #"7.48 mols"# of it, and it started at #"28.7 L"#, what is its final volume?
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