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Molar Volume

CAVA chem 302 303 6.05/6.04 Mole Volume Relationships

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When doing stoichiometric calculations, chemists convert volumes of gases, which are measured in liters and milliliters, to [...]. When doing stoichiometric calculations, chemists convert volumes of gases, which are measured in liters and milliliters, to moles.
[...] occupied by gases depend on temperatures and pressures. Volumes occupied by gases depend on temperatures and pressures.
Avogadro proposed that at equal temperature and pressure, equal volumes of gases will contain the same number of [...]. Avogadro proposed that at equal temperature and pressure, equal volumes of gases will contain the same number of atoms or molecules.
In chemistry, we use a standardized temperature and pressure to measure the [...] of a mole of gas. In chemistry, we use a standardized temperature and pressure to measure the volume of a mole of gas.
STP is standard temperature and pressure: [...] Celsius and 1 atmosphere. STP is standard temperature and pressure: 0 Celsius and 1 atmosphere.
1 mole of gas at STP has a volume of [...] liters. (Memorize This!!!!) 1 mole of gas at STP has a volume of 22.4 liters. (Memorize This!!!!)
The volume of a mole of gas at STP is a conversion factor you can use to convert liters to [...] and vice versa. The volume of a mole of gas at STP is a conversion factor you can use to convert liters to moles and vice versa.
The molar volume of a gas [does or does not?] depend on which gas you use. The molar volume of a gas does not depend on which gas you use.
The molar volume of a gas [does or does not?] depend on the mass of the gas. The molar volume of a gas does not depend on the mass of the gas.
Molar volume is used as a [...] factor to interconvert between moles and volumes of gases at STP. Molar volume is used as a conversion factor to interconvert between moles and volumes of gases at STP.
STP is standard temperature and pressure: 0 Celsius and [...] atmosphere. STP is standard temperature and pressure: 0 Celsius and 1 atmosphere.
Molar volume is used as a conversion factor to interconvert between moles and [...] of gases at STP. Molar volume is used as a conversion factor to interconvert between moles and volumes of gases at STP.
Define 'molar volume'. The volume taken up by one mole of something.
Define 'molar volume at STP'. The volume of one mole of something *at STP*
What is the molar volume of a gas at STP? 22.4 Liters per mole.
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