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## How do you find the volume of a nitrogen gas at STP?

**Multiply the coefficient 0.022414 by the number of moles** to calculate the gas volume (in cubic meters) at the standard temperature and pressure. In our example, the volume of the nitrogen gas is 0.022414 x 2 = 0.044828 cubic meters or 44.828 liters.

## What is the volume of 7g nitrogen at STP?

= **5.6 litres** of volume.

## What is the volume of 2 moles of nitrogen gas?

What is the volume of two moles of diatomic nitrogen gas at STP? Explanation: One mole of gas has a volume of 22.4L at STP. Since there are two moles of gas present, the volume **is doubled**.

## What is the ratio of volume of 1 mole of nitrogen gas?

Option 1, **1 : 0.5**

So, Volume of one mole of N2 occupies 22.4 litres.

## What is the volume of 1.0 mole of gas at STP conditions?

At Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP), 1 mole of any gas will occupy a volume of **22.4 L**.

## What is STP formula?

**V _{STP} = V * (273.15/T) * (P/760)** This STP formula uses Kelvins, Torrs and Liters.

## What is the volume formula?

Whereas the basic formula for the area of a rectangular shape is length × width, the basic formula for volume is **length × width × height**.

## What is the volume occupied by 28 U nitrogen gas?

so, **22.4L**/6.022*10^23=3.72*10^23.

## What is the volume of 14 gram of nitrogen gas at STP?

So 14g N2 will occupy 22.4/2=**11.2L** at STP.

## What is the volume at STP of 2.8 g of nitrogen gas?

So N2 = 2*14 = 28 g/mol. (2.8 / 28 )moles = 0.1 mole. So the gas will occupy a volume of 0.1 * 22.4 = **2.24 L** of volume.