A flexible container at an initial volume of 6.13 L contains 3.51 mol of gas. More gas is then added to the container until it reaches a final volume of 16.3 L. Assuming the pressure and temperature of the gas remain constant, calculate the number of moles of gas added to the container. number of moles of gas: mol
The number of moles of gas added to the container are 5.82
Avogadro's law states that volume is directly proportional to number of moles at constant temperature and pressure.
The equation used to calculate number of moles is given by:
and are the initial volume and number of moles
and are the final volume and number of moles
Putting values in above equation, we get:
number of moles of gas added to the container = (9.33-3.51) = 5.82
Thus the number of moles of gas added to the container are 5.82
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