How many liters will 16 g of hydrogen take?

Molar mass of hydrogen: M (H2) = 2 g / mol

Let’s calculate the volume that is occupied by 16 g of hydrogen, according to the formula:

V (H2) = Vm * m / M = 22.4 * 16/2 = 179.2 liters.

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