• Ammonia gas occupies volume of 450ml at a pressure of 720mm of HG what volume will it occupies at standard pressure at the same temperature

Asked by merajanjum87 | 21st Nov, 2019, 09:53: PM

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  • Ammonia gas occupies volume of 450ml at a pressure of 720mm of HG what volume will it occupies at standard pressure at the same temperature
Given:
 
Volume of ammonia, V= 450 ml
 
Pressure, P1 = 720 mmHg
 
Standard pressure P2 = 1 atm = 760 mmHg
 
Volume, V2 = ?
 
Using Boyle's law,
 
P1V1 =P2V2 
 
V2 = P1V1/ P2 
 
     = (720 × 450) / 760
 
V2 = 426 ml
 
Volume at standard pressure is 426 ml.
 
 

Answered by Varsha | 23rd Nov, 2019, 07:56: PM