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In thermodynamics, the specific **volume** of a substance is the ratio of the
substance's **volume** to ... Specific **volume** for an ideal gas is also equal to the gas
constant (R) ... airtight chamber containing a certain number of atoms of **oxygen**
**gas**. ... specific **volume** of an ideal gas, such as super heated steam, using the
**equation** v ...

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Jun 29, 2014 **...** Using the Ideal **Gas** Law, you would find the **volume** of 1 mole of a **gas** at
Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP). STP = 1 atm of pressure ...

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Mar 29, 2015 **...** To **calculate** the molar **volume** of a **gas** at STP you can use the ideal **gas** law
**equation**, PV=nRT . Since the molar **volume of oxygen** represents ...

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Dec 26, 2014 **...** Avogadro's law states that "equal **volumes** of all **gases**, at the same temperature
and pressure, have the same number of molecules", ie at ...

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3) Use PV = nRT to **calculate volume** of water vapor at STP: (1.00 atm) (V) ...
Problem #3: 2.35 L of **oxygen gas** reacts with 3.72 L of hydrogen gas, forming
water.

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Jun 23, 2012 **...** Get an answer for '**volume** of16 g of oxygen at STP ' and find homework help for
other ... **Formula**... PV = nRT. 101.3 * V = 0.5 * 8.314 * 273. 101.3 * V = 1134.861
... thus,1 mole of **oxygen gas** has a **volume** of 22.4 litres.

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You can't **calculate** the exact **volume** of a **gas** if you're missing how much **gas** you
exactly have (namely the number of moles of **gas**). However ...

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How can I **calculate the volume** of 3.2g of oxygen used given that 1L has a mass
of 1.2g? ... We want to know the **volume** of 3.2g, so we plug in the value on the
**equation**: which is: 251 Views ... How is the molar mass of **oxygen gas calculated**
?

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Jul 2, 2014 **...** Experiment 2: Analysis of a KClO3 Mixture and the Molar **Volume of Oxygen** ...
Heat the test until **O2 gas** is generated. ... The molar **volume** of the oxygen was
**calculated** by dividing its corrected **volume** by the moles of oxygen.