What volume will 14.8 g of carbon dioxide take under normal conditions?

1 mole of ideal gas under normal (standard) conditions fills a volume equal to 22.4 liters.

Let’s calculate the amount of a substance that is in a given mass of a substance.

To do this, we divide its mass by molar mass.

M CO2 = 12 + 16 x 2 = 44 grams / mol;

N CO2 = 14.8 / 44 = 0.336 mol;

The gas volume will be:

V = 0.336 x 22.4 = 7.53 liters;

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