** Ideal
Gas Equation 2 **1. Calculate the
volume of exactly 1.00 mole of a gas at STP.

2. How
many moles of nitrogen are present in 17.8 liters at 27 ^{o}C
and 1.3 atm pressure?

3. What is the pressure of 2.3 moles of carbon dioxide at 235
K occupying 23.7 liters of space?

4. If there are 4.02 x 10^{23} molecules of N_{2}O
in a sample, how many moles are there?

5. Using your answer from # 6,
calculate the pressure of the gas if it occupies 27,025 cm^{3} of space

at 38.0 ^{o}C.

6. How many grams of ammonia gas (NH_{3}) are present
in 35.0 dm^{3} of space at 78.3 K and 0.853 atm

of pressure?

7. What is the temperature of 34.2 grams of sulfur dioxide
occupying 30.0 liters of space and having

a pressure of 800.
torr?

8. What is the pressure (in mm Hg) of 79.4 grams of boron trifluoride with a volume of 20.0 L and

a temperature of 245 K?

9. How many grams are in a sample of arsenic trifluoride
that has a volume of 17,600 mL and a

temperature of 92 ^{o}C and a pressure of 108,732 Pa?

10. How many kilopascals of pressure are exerted by 23.8 liters of
oxygen with a mass of 175 grams

at a temperature of 58 ^{o}C?

11. How many moles of argon are in 30.6 liters at 28 K and
658 mm Hg of pressure?

12. How many grams of argon are found in # 11?

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1.) 22.4
L 2.) 0.94 moles 3.) 1.9 atm 4.) 0.668 moles

5.) 0.631 atm
6.) 78.9 g 7.) 720.
K 8.) 889
mm Hg

9.) 83
g 10.) 632 kPa
11.) 12
moles 12.) 480 g