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## What is volume of ch4?

The volume of the gas will depend on the temperature and the pressure. If the methane gas is at STP, then 1 mole = **22.4 liters**. Thus, at STP 3.62 moles of gas = 3.62 mol x 22.4 liters/mole = 81.1liters.

## How do you calculate methane volume?

Since the problem states the conditions are at STP, you can simplify the process by using 1 mole = **22.4 L**. There really is no need to use the ideal gas law when STP is present. Thus, 16.5 g methane x 1 mole/16 g = 1.03 moles methane. 1.03 moles x 22.4 liters/mole = 23.1 liters (to 3 significant figures).

## What is the volume of methane at standard temperature and pressure?

At STP, **V _{m} = 22,346 cm^{3}/mol = V_{STP}**. Volume ratio can be seen as an expansion factor describing the expected change in volume in bringing the methane from depth conditions to standard surface conditions.

## How many moles are contained in 2.50 liters of methane gas?

therefore in 2.5 liters **0.11 mole** is present.

## How many moles of methane are present?

The molar mass of methane is 16.01 g/mol. So, the moles of the methane is **9.97 mol**.

## What is the volume of CH4 at NTP?

Answer: volume of CH₄ = **5.6 dm³**.

## What is volume occupied by 16g of methane at STP?

We all know that CH4 i.e Methane has molecular mass of 16 grams and it occupies **22.4L** at S.T.P.