Problem: Would the volume be different if the gas was argon instead of helium (under the same conditions)?a) The volume would be the greater for argon gas. b) The volume would be the same for argon gas.c) The volume would be the lower for argon gas.

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Same n (moles) → same Volume (under same conditions)


V=nRTP

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Would the volume be different if the gas was argon instead of helium (under the same conditions)?


a) The volume would be the greater for argon gas. 

b) The volume would be the same for argon gas.

c) The volume would be the lower for argon gas.

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