Problem: An 11.2-L sample of gas is determined to contain 0.50 mole of N2. At the same temperature and pressure, how many moles of gas would there be in a 20.-L sample?

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Recall: The ideal gas law is as follows:

The volume and moles of a gas are related to the pressure, temperature, and the universal gas constant:

The value RT/P is constant. For a given gas, the initial and final volume and number of moles of the gas are related by Avogadro's law.

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An 11.2-L sample of gas is determined to contain 0.50 mole of N2. At the same temperature and pressure, how many moles of gas would there be in a 20.-L sample?

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