Hailey G.

asked • 03/23/21

I have 2 problems in chemistry that I cannot figure out.

We started a new section in Chemistry and it doesn't make any sense to me, I've tried them both over 4 times and still can't figure them out.


  1. Problem one- A 0.825 g sample of sulfur hexafluoride gas at 15oC occupies a volume of 0.605 L, what is the pressure in torr?


  1. Problem two- What is the difference in volume between A) 6.729 g of carbon monoxide at 320 K and B) the same mass of carbon dioxide at 679 K if they are both at 90.3 kPa?

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