Problem: A sample of nitrogen gas is confined to a 14.0 L container at 375 torr and 37.0 °C. How many moles of nitrogen are in the container?A. 0.271 molB. 2.27 molC. 0.369 molD. 206 molE. 0.227mol

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Use the ideal gas formula to determine the moles of N2 involved using the given conditions

Recall that ideal gas equation:

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A sample of nitrogen gas is confined to a 14.0 L container at 375 torr and 37.0 °C. How many moles of nitrogen are in the container?

A. 0.271 mol

B. 2.27 mol

C. 0.369 mol

D. 206 mol

E. 0.227mol

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