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    no one has answerd on the other section so im going to post it here if thats ok
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    (Original post by RupertB)
    no one has answerd on the other section so im going to post it here if thats ok
    OK..

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    no one has answerd on the other section so im going to post it here if thats ok
    wat is the question
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    (Original post by RupertB)
    no one has answerd on the other section so im going to post it here if thats ok
    yeah go on, ask away.
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    see what i mean this goes all so quikly in comparison with the other..... this questions is on gases.... the answer i am meant to be getting is 0.0227 m3 and im using the number of moles = gas / molar gas and getting confused

    it says What volume is occupied by 1 mole of a gas at a pressure of 10^5 Pa at freezing point
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    (Original post by RupertB)
    see what i mean this goes all so quikly in comparison with the other..... this questions is on gases.... the answer i am meant to be getting is 0.0227 m3 and im using the number of moles = gas / molar gas and getting confused

    it says What volume is occupied by 1 mole of a gas at a pressure of 10^5 Pa at freezing point
    use pV = nRT

    V = nRT/P

    = 8.31x1x273/1x10^5

    = 0.0227
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    thats assuming freezing point is 0 celsius and its the 'freezing' point of water theyre talking about?

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    it says What volume is occupied by 1 mole of a gas at a pressure of 10^5 Pa at freezing point
    they are just being *******s as usual and trying to word it in a manner that puts others off, ok first off you need to come across the ideal gas equation Pv = Nrt p = pressure, v = volume, n = number of moles , r = some gay constant and t = temperature in kelvin

    it wants volume so v = nrt / p

    ok so it says freezing point, freezing point is zero degrees centigrade but you got to convert that into kelvin, so add 273.15 therefore t = 273.15


    it gives you n , n = 1 and r = 8.3????? im not sure..... t , as we worked out is 273.15 and p = 10 to the 5

    so v = 1 mol x 8.3 ( i think ) x 273.15 / 10 to the 5

    which should give 0.0227 metres cubed you can do the calculation, i cant be bothered, remember to put the top part in brackets

    the mole equation u mentioned is good, but id didnt give you the molar mass!
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    (Original post by DazYaZZZ)
    they are just being *******s as usual and trying to word it in a manner that puts others off, ok first off you need to come across the ideal gas equation Pv = Nrt p = pressure, v = volume, n = number of moles , r = some gay constant and t = temperature in kelvin

    it wants volume so v = nrt / p

    ok so it says freezing point, freezing point is zero degrees centigrade but you got to convert that into kelvin, so add 273.15 therefore t = 273.15


    it gives you n , n = 1 and r = 8.3????? im not sure..... t , as we worked out is 273.15 and p = 10 to the 5

    so v = 1 mol x 8.3 ( i think ) x 273.15 / 10 to the 5

    which should give 0.0227 metres cubed you can do the calculation, i cant be bothered, remember to put the top part in brackets

    the mole equation u mentioned is good, but id didnt give you the molar mass!
    that was brilliantly xplained, muh teacher did say something about that equation u sed but only at the end of the lesson
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    thankx as well narbis
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    (Original post by RupertB)
    that was brilliantly xplained, muh teacher did say something about that equation u sed but only at the end of the lesson
    Thats a shame, as its the only gas equation youll ever have to use in reality
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    (Original post by thenarbisbanned)
    Thats a shame, as its the only gas equation youll ever have to use in reality
    its a load of bollox mate
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    (Original post by RupertB)
    its a load of bollox mate
    What is?

    (Original post by RupertB)
    that was brilliantly xplained, muh teacher did say something about that equation u sed but only at the end of the lesson
    np
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    (Original post by thenarbisbanned)
    What is?
    Life. **** I've just slashed my wrists!
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    (Original post by Furtive)
    Life. **** I've just slashed my wrists!
    Dont knock it till youve tried it
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    (Original post by Furtive)
    Life. **** I've just slashed my wrists!
    Cut down and not across remember.
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    (Original post by thenarbisbanned)
    Dont knock it till youve tried it
    Good response, you're out of my shitlist. Congratulations. The world owes me something.
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    Cut down and not across remember.
    Wheres the image/gif of that?

    (Original post by thenarbisbanned)
    Dont knock it till youve tried it
    LOL that deserves applause
 
 
 
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