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19 October, 17:56

A sample of gas 2.00 L with 5.00 moles present. What would happen to the volume if the number of moles is increased to 10.0.?

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  1. 19 October, 18:28
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    Volume would increase from 2.00 L to 4.00 L

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    Avagadro's Law = > Volume ∝ mass = > increase mass increases volume = > empirically = > V₁/m₁ = V₂/m₂ = > V₂ = V₁ (m₂/m₁) = 2.00L (10mol/5mol) = 4.00 Liters
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