Now if we put Boyle - NowifweputBoyle'sandCharles'lawstogether, thatIspokeofearlier.Thusweknow 1 ,thenPV=constant 2 , 3 ,thenVolumeisprop

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Now if we put Boyle's and Charles' laws together, we can come up with the equation of state  that I spoke of earlier. Thus we know. .. 1. if Temperature is constant, then PV=constant. 2. if Pressure is constant, then Volume is proportional to Temperature. 3. if Pressure is constant, then Volume is proportional to  n  (the amount of gas in moles). Therefore, we can write P V = n R T R is a proportionality constant called the universal gas constant and has the value R=8.314  J/K-mole (Units are important!). Making the definitions for standard temperature and pressure. .. Standard Temperature: T = 273 K Standard Pressure: P = 1 atm we find using P V = n R T that 1 mole at STP (Standard Temperature and Pressure) has a  volume of 22.4 liters. 2.96g Mercuric Chloride vaporized in a 1.0L bulb at 680 K and P=453 torr. What is the  molar mass? Assuming an ideal gas, 
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY CHM1025 taught by Professor Laurachoudry during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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Now if we put Boyle - NowifweputBoyle'sandCharles'lawstogether, thatIspokeofearlier.Thusweknow 1 ,thenPV=constant 2 , 3 ,thenVolumeisprop

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