Problem: If 0.300 moles of nitrogen gas occupies 0.600 L under certain conditions, what number of moles occupies 1.500 L under the same conditions?

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If 0.300 moles of nitrogen gas occupies 0.600 L under certain conditions, what number of moles occupies 1.500 L under the same conditions?

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