# What volume would be occupied by a #0.1*mol# quantity of gas at a temperature of #310*K#, and a pressure of #700*mm*Hg#?

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Use the Ideal Gas Law: (V = \frac{{nRT}}{{P}})

(V = \frac{{(0.1,mol) \cdot (0.0821,L,mol^{-1}K^{-1}) \cdot (310,K)}}{{(700,mm,Hg)}})

(V \approx 0.296,L)

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