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## What is the volume of 4 moles of N2 at STP?

I get **3.3 liters**.

## What is the volume of 4.50 moles of N2 gas at STP?

The molar volume of an Ideal gas at STP is **22.414⋅L** .

## How do you find the volume of an N2 gas at STP?

**Multiply the coefficient 0.022414 by the number of moles** to calculate the gas volume (in cubic meters) at the standard temperature and pressure. In our example, the volume of the nitrogen gas is 0.022414 x 2 = 0.044828 cubic meters or 44.828 liters.

## What volume does 0.80 moles of N2 gas occupy at STP?

Answer: **0.96748** hope this is helpful to you!!

## What is the volume of 0.5 moles of N2 at STP?

As 1 MOLE of nitrogen gas occupied 22.4Litre by Avogadro equation,Then 0.5 moles of nitrogen gas occupied volume of 0.5*22.4=**11.2Litre**.

## What is the molar volume of N2?

Do exactly the same with the more complicated number. If you do this for a random sample of other gases, you get these values (to 3 significant figures) for the molar volume at stp (273 K and 1 atmosphere pressure).

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density (g dm^{–}^{3}) |
molar volume at stp | |
---|---|---|

N_{2} |
1.2506 |
22.4 |

O_{2} |
1.4290 | 22.4 |

CH_{4} |
0.717 | 22.3 |

CO_{2} |
1.977 | 22.3 |

## What is the volume L at STP of 4.00 g of ch4?

a. **22.4Lb**.

## What is the volume of 4.5 moles of gas at STP?

What is the volume of 4.5 moles of nitrogen gas at STP? In chemistry, the volume or space that 1 mole of any gas occupies at STP is given as **22.4 liters**, or 22.4 liters/1 mol. By using this information, the calculation to find the volume of 4.5 moles involves multiplying 4.5 mole by 22.4 liters/1 mol.

## How many moles of helium does STP have?

At STP, standard temperature and pressure, **0.0447 moles** of helium would occupy 1.00 liter.

## How do you find the volume of a NO2?

Hence, 4 parts of NO2 will be 4 X 0.25 => 1 mole of NO2 gas. **1 X 22.4 litres** => 22.4 litres of reddish-brown NO2 gas is released.

## What is the mass of 22.4 l of N2 at STP?

The atomic weight of nitrogen is 14, so for nitrogen gas, **28 gm/mole**. One mole of any ideal gas at STP occupies 22.4 L. Thus, 22.4 L of nitrogen gas weighs 28 gm.