### Ideal Gas Law of Hydrogen

How do I determine liters of hydrogen gas collected over water at 18 C and 725 mmHg when 0.79 g lithium reacts with water? (Aqueous lithium hydroxide also forms).

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How do I determine liters of hydrogen gas collected over water at 18 C and 725 mmHg when 0.79 g lithium reacts with water? (Aqueous lithium hydroxide also forms).

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