Pv=nrt Problems?


pv=nrt is an equation of the law of gas. An example of pv=nrt Problems is; Seltzer water is made by dissolving CO2 in water. Seltzer can be made at home using small containers of pressurized CO2. If one of the cartridges contains 20.00 mL CO2 at 55.00 atm at 23.0 °C and it expands into an empty seltzer bottle with a volume of 1.000 L and the resulting pressure is 1.000 atm. What is the temperature of the gas?
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1. Multiply the pressure times the volume. For example, if the pressure equals 4 atm and the volume equals 11.207 L, multiply 4 by 11.207 to get 44.828 atm*L. 2. Divide the result
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PV=nRT is the ideal gas law. P is pressure, V is volume, n is the moles of the gas, R is a constant and is equals 8.314 J/K(mol) and T is temperature measured in Kelvin.
This is essentially a dimensional analysis problem. In other words, you're looking for the correct units of R that will make sense in the given equation. The units of P is atmospheres
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