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Assume that you have a large room full of gas and it has the same mass as a small donkey.Then do the calculation.You may be surprised by the result.

Quote from: Bored chemist on 28/04/2020 22:06:00Assume that you have a large room full of gas and it has the same mass as a small donkey.Then do the calculation.You may be surprised by the result.What calculation?

So what is the molarity of a 50kPa oxygen partial pressure?

Quote from: scientizscht on 29/04/2020 14:15:27So what is the molarity of a 50kPa oxygen partial pressure?That question doesn't make sense. It is like asking, "What is the volume water if it's density is 1.01 gm/cubic cm?"

but I'm going to assume it's 20C)

22.4 liters of gas at STP equals 1 mole.

Quote from: scientizscht on 29/04/2020 14:15:27So what is the molarity of a 50kPa oxygen partial pressure?QuoteThat question doesn't make sense. It is like asking, "What is the volume water if it's density is 1.01 gm/cubic cm?"It does make sense.Much more like asking what's the volume of a mole of water if its density is 1 g/ cc(and with a bigger temperature dependence, but I'm going to assume it's 20C)

That question doesn't make sense. It is like asking, "What is the volume water if it's density is 1.01 gm/cubic cm?"