A gas at 669 mmHg at 37*C occupies a volume of 7.00L. Calculate its volume at STP.
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To solve this we need to use the ideal gas law equation PV=nRT. We are asked to calculate the volume at STP which means standard temperature and pressure. That means 1 atm of pressure and 25 *C. But we are given the initial values for a temperature of 37 *C. So we need to use the information given to solve for the number of moles (n) of the gas, and then...
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