Problem: The nitrogen gas in an automobile air bag, with a volume of 60. L, exerts a pressure of 858 mm Hg at 25°C. What amount of N2 gas (in moles) is in the air bag?

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The nitrogen gas in an automobile air bag, with a volume of 60. L, exerts a pressure of 858 mm Hg at 25°C. What amount of N2 gas (in moles) is in the air bag?





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