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Volume occupied by molecules of one mole of a gas at NTP , each having a radius of 1Angstorm is


2 years ago

## Answers : (4)

Susmita
425 Points
							At NTP 1 mole of a gas occupies a volume of  22.4 litre.Also at NTP number of gas molecules in 1 mole of a gas is NA( Avogadro number 6.023×1023).So volume occupied by a single molecule is22.4/NA litre.

2 years ago
Susmita
425 Points
							As the question says volume occupied by molecules of 1mole gas at NTP,it will simply be 22.4 lit.You do not have to calculate anything.

2 years ago
Chinmay
13 Points
							I found this ans.but how is it? Volume of 1 mole of molecules=N×(4v)(b=4v)=(6.02×10^23)(4×4/3 πr^3)=(6.02×10^23)(4×4/3× 22/7 )×(10^-8cm)^3=10.09 cm^3 or ml

2 years ago
Susmita
425 Points
							Why are you multiplying by 4?The volume of a single molecule is (4/3)×$\pi$×r3If you multiply this with 6.023×1023 you will get almost  25 litre which is close to 22.4 litre,

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