Problem: How many moles of xenon gas are in a sample occupying 0.500 L at 170 mm Hg and 25°C?(A) 3.48 mol (B) 0.00457 mol(C) 0.00500 mol (D) 3.85 mol (E) 2.18 mol

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Establish the ideal gas equation and calculate the moles of Xe gas using the appropriate units at 0.5 L, 170 mmHg and 25°C


Recall that the ideal gas law  states that:

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How many moles of xenon gas are in a sample occupying 0.500 L at 170 mm Hg and 25°C?

(A) 3.48 mol 

(B) 0.00457 mol

(C) 0.00500 mol 

(D) 3.85 mol 

(E) 2.18 mol

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