what is STP?
here is the question.
which of the following statements is true of 19.0 g of Fsub2(g) at STP?
a. it occupies a colume of 22.4 L
b. it contains the smae number of molecules as 1/2 mol of Osub2(g) at STP
c. it only exists in the form of ions
d. it contains 6.02 x10^23 molecules.
e. none of the above.
i have no clue! what is STP?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
STP is standard temperature and pressure. 25 degrees C and 1 atmosphere or pressure. Now if 19 grams of whatever gas Fsub2 is contains a mole, then the answer is A ans D. A is the Ideal gas law stating that 1 mole of any gas contains 22.4 L @ STP. D refers to Avogadros law, 1 mole of any substance contains 6.02x10^23 molecules.
- Ian ILv 41 decade ago
What is Fsub2?
STP is standard temperature and pressure.
T = 25 degrees C
P = 1 atmosphere
- rcsanandreasLv 51 decade ago
STP stands for the Standard (conditions of )Temperature and Pressure
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Probably has something to do with Temperature and Pressure. I would check around for that.
Or it has to do with a rockin band we came to know in the 90s.