What is the density of carbon tetrachloride vapor at 1.024 atm and 125C?
when i tried to figure it out myself....the volume = 4908.1 and from there i tried to get the density which was .0313 = which both was wrong
- steve_geo1Lv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Atomic weights: C=12, Cl=35.5, CCl4=153. T = 125C = 125 + 273 = 398K
d = 153gCCl4/22.4LCCl4 at STP. So at the conditions specified,
d = 153gCCl4/22.4LCCl4 x 1.024atm/1.000atm x 398K/273K = 10.2 g/L to three significant figures