- Physical Chemistry
Gas Density Calculations
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A gas was found to have a densitiy of .08747 mg/ml at 17.0 degree C and a pressure of 76o torr. What is its molecular mass? What type of gas most likely is this?
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IDEAL GAS LAW QUESTION
Calculating the molar mass of a gas.
We can work with the ideal gas law equation, PV = nRT.
760 torr = 1 atm
17.0 C = 290 K
How much volume of the gas do ...
The solution provides explanations on how to determine molecular mass, and thus determine what type of gas it is.