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    A flask, capacity 600cm3, was used to calculate the molar volume of sulphur dioxide.

    The following data was obtained.



    Mass of evacuated flask = 512.97g

    Mass of flask+ sulphur dioxide = 514.57g


    Calculate the molar volume of sulphur dioxide �F߁(
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    How many moles (n) of SO2 do you have?
    Molar vol =600/n

    Note that this is molar volume at the (unstated) temperature and pressure. This varies when T or P change.
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    1 mole of sulfur Dioxide
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    1 mole of sulfur dioxide
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    (Original post by ayeeyaboiii)
    1 mole of sulfur dioxide
    wait i 1.6/64.1 = 0.25 moles
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    (Original post by ayeeyaboiii)
    wait i 1.6/64.1 = 0.25 moles
    That doesn't seem right...
    Want to recheck it?
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    i'm lost, do i find the gfm and then find the find the difference between the flask with sulfur and evacuated ?
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    (Original post by ayeeyaboiii)
    i'm lost, do i find the gfm and then find the find the difference between the flask with sulfur and evacuated ?
    At the moment you just wanr to do 1.6/64 correctly 😁 as you nees the number of moles.
    Then proceed as my first reply suggests.
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    (Original post by TutorsChemistry)
    At the moment you just wanr to do 1.6/64 correctly 😁 as you nees the number of moles.
    Then proceed as my first reply suggests.
    is it 0.025
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    (Original post by ayeeyaboiii)
    is it 0.025
    Great.

    Now, molar volume (cm3) = vol/n
    = 600/0.025
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    (Original post by TutorsChemistry)
    Great.

    Now, molar volume (cm3) = vol/n
    = 600/0.025
    24,000
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    Spot on.

    Remember this value. It is the molar volume in cm3 of any gas at 298K and 1 atmosphere pressure.
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    so is that Molar Volume of sulfur dioxide ?
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    Yes.
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    (Original post by TutorsChemistry)
    Yes.
    thank you so much who every you are
 
 
 
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