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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsChemistry · 4 weeks ago

A sample of chlorine gas is confined in a 3.73−L container at 328 torr and 93.0° C. How many moles of gas are in the sample?

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  • 4 weeks ago
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    The following equation can be used to solve this problem.

    P * V = n * R * T

    P is the number of atmospheres. One atmosphere is 760 torr.

    P = 328/760

    R = 22.4/273

    The temperature must be in ˚K. To convert ˚C to ˚K, add 273˚,

    Final T = 93 + 273 = 366˚

    The standard temperature is 273˚K.The temperature must be in ˚K. To convert ˚C to ˚K, add 273˚,

    Final T = 93 + 273 = 366˚

    These numbers can be used in the equation to calculate the number of moles of

    328/760 * 3.73 = n * (22.4/273) * 366

    6,230,784* n = 333,999.12

    n = 333,999.12 ÷ 6,230,784

    The number of moles is approximately 0.054..

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

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