# HURRY PLEASE What volume is occupied by 3.12 moles of a gas when the pressure is 88.4 kPa at a temperature of 19℃?

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What volume is occupied by 3.12 moles of a gas when the pressure is 88.4 kPa at a temperature of 19℃?

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2 years 2021-08-03T10:09:38+00:00 1 Answers 11 views 0

The Combined Gas Law shows that the pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to volume and directly proportional to temperature. Avogadro’s Law shows that volume or pressure is directly proportional to the number of moles of gas. Putting these together leaves us with the following equation:

P1×V1T1×n1=P2×V2T2×n2(11.9.1)

As with the other gas laws, we can also say that  (P×V)(T×n)  is equal to a constant. The constant can be evaluated provided that the gas being described is considered to be ideal.

The Ideal Gas Law is a single equation which relates the pressure, volume, temperature, and number of moles of an ideal gas. If we substitute in the variable  R  for the constant, the equation becomes:

P×VT×n=R(11.9.2)

The Ideal Gas Law is conveniently rearranged to look this way, with the multiplication signs omitted:

PV=nRT(11.9.3)

The variable  R  in the equation is called the ideal gas constant.

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