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35. How many grams of gas are present in each of the following cases?

35. How many grams of gas are present in each of the following cases?

(a) 0.100 L of CO2 at 307 torr and 26 °C

(b) 8.75 L of C2H4, at 378.3 kPa and 483 K

(c) 221 mL of Ar at 0.23 torr and -54 °C

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Question 35 a) Using the ideal gas equation; PV = nRT P = 307 torr/760torr/atm = 0.4039 atm V = 0.100L R = 0.0821L-atm/K-mol... View the full answer

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