A rigid container holds 0.40 mol of gas at 280 K.?
The temperature of the gas is increased to 400 K. As the temperature increases some gas escapes through a small crack. How many moles remain?
- Steve4PhysicsLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
You haven't got any answers because you are missing part of the question. You need more information such as pressures, or the problem can't be solved.
Repost the complete question.
- chizmarLv 44 years ago
PressureXVolume = nRxTEmperature is the gasoline regulation the place n is the style of moles of a gasoline and R is the gasoline consistent. ok inflexible container potential quantity is continuous And in case you decrease T then nRxTemperature is going down, so PxV has to pass down. yet V can not pass down so P has to pass down... In different words, stress decreases.