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Calculate the density of nitrogen gas at atmospheric pressure and at 20∘C if the molar mass of nitrogen is 0.028kg.

I have rearranged to get in terms of density: density = molar massx pressure / rt

What is the atmospheric pressure at the temperature????
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101.325*10^3 is the atmospheric pressure you're looking for

density= (0.028*101.325*10^3)/(8.31*(20+273))

I got 1.2, I'm presuming this is from Issac physics... 1.2 is correct,
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Calculate the density of nitrogen gas at atmospheric pressure and at 20∘C if the molar mass of nitrogen is 0.028kg.

I have rearranged to get in terms of density: density = molar massx pressure / rt

What is the atmospheric pressure at the temperature????
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