What are "PV NRT" units?


In thermodynamics, the formula PV=nrt is referred to as the equation of state of an ideal hypothetical gas. The equation of state is an equation whose variables depend on current state of the system of gases. In the equation, P stands for pressure and is measured in Pascal, V is the volume of the gas and is measured in cubic centimeters is quantity of gas measured in moles is the ideal gas constant measured in work per degree per mole and t is the temperature in kelvins.
Q&A Related to "What are "PV NRT" units?"
The most important unit is T; T must be in degrees Kelvin. If pressure is in atmospheres and volume is in liters, the units of R equal "liter atm mol^1 K^1" and the value
R is the gas constant which is dependent on the units of
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
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.
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