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2 years ago

Arun
25768 Points
```							Dear Nilanjan A perfect gas equation is also known as an ideal gas equation.and we know , Ideal gas equation , PV = nRT where P = pressure V = volumen = number of moles R = universal gas constantT = temperature in KelvinGiven, weight of Hydrogen = 4g so, n = number of moles = given weight/molecular weight= 4g/2g = 2 Hence, perfect gas equation , PV = 2RT
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2 years ago
Susmita
425 Points
```							Molecular weight of hydrogen is 2g.So 2 gm contains 1 mole of hydrogen.Therefore 4gm contains 4/2=2 mole hydrogen.Ideal gas equation is PV=nRT.Here n=2.so the eq becomes PV=2RT.Please approve if helped.
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2 years ago
Khimraj
3007 Points
```							mole of hydrogen n = 4/2 = 2so from ideal gas equationPV = nRTPV = 2RTHope it clears...........................................................
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2 years ago
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