# What volume is occupied by 5 moles of any gas at STP?

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## What is the volume of 5 moles of ideal gas at STP conditions?

At STP, gases have a volume of 22.4 L per mole.

## What volume is occupied by 5 moles of oxygen gas at STP?

Thus, one can multiply and divide quantities by “m”. At STP, one mol of Ideal Gas occupies 22.4 L and one mmol of Ideal Gas occupies 22.4 mL.

## How many liters will 5.0 moles of hydrogen gas occupy at STP?

So, you know that under STP conditions for pressure and temperature, 1 mole of any ideal gas will occupy 22.4 L .

## What is the volume of 10.0 g CO2 gas at STP?

Volume of 1 mol of an ideal gas at STP is 22.71 L/mol. But according to Avogadro Law, volume, V is, V = kn Where k is constant and n is the number of moles. Therefore, volume of 10 g of the CO2 is 5.16 L.

## What is the volume of 240 g of so at STP?

Answer: The volume occupied by the given amount of sulfur dioxide will be 84 L.

## What volume is occupied by 1.5 moles of cl2 at STP?

Answer: The volume occupied is 33.6 Liters. Explanation: STP conditions are known as standard temperature and pressure. Temperature as 273 K and pressure at 1 atm.

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## What volume is occupied by 2 moles of gas at STP?

According to this, one mole of hydrogen gas at STP will occupy 22.4 L of volume. Therefore, 2 moles of hydrogen gas will occupy a volume twice of 22.4 L i.e. 44.8 L.

## How many grams is 5 liters?

How Many Grams are in a Liter?

Volume in Liters: Weight in Grams of:
Water Cooking Oil
5 l 5,000 g 4,400 g
6 l 6,000 g 5,280 g
7 l 7,000 g 6,160 g