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Solution: At what density (in g/L) will oxygen gas have the same temperature as neon gas having a density of 3.10 g/L, with all species being held at constant pressure.a) 4.92b) 1.96c) 1.40d) 2.22e) 3.90

Solution: At what density (in g/L) will oxygen gas have the same temperature as neon gas having a density of 3.10 g/L, with all species being held at constant pressure.a) 4.92b) 1.96c) 1.40d) 2.22e) 3.90

Problem

At what density (in g/L) will oxygen gas have the same temperature as neon gas having a density of 3.10 g/L, with all species being held at constant pressure.

a) 4.92

b) 1.96

c) 1.40

d) 2.22

e) 3.90

Solution

We’re being asked to determine at what density will oxygen gas have the same temperature as neon gas having a density of 3.10 g/L.

We will use the ideal gas equation to find the density of the oxygen gas.

PV=nRT

PVV=nRTVP=nRTV

n=mass mmolar mass (M)

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