How many grams of sucrose, c12h22o11, are in a 94.2 ml sample of a 2.6 m sucrose solution
. c) which measurement tools are used.
the correct answer is d.
hmmmmmm let me think
answer: it stays the same.
explanation:we should use the law of ideal gas to solve this problem: pv = nrtwhere, p is the pressure (atm), v is the volume (l), n is the number of moles, r is the general gas constant (0.082 l.atm/mol.k), and t is the temperature (k).for the same gas and in this problem; n and r are constants.the variables are p,v and t.for the two different cases (1& 2): p₁v₁/t₁ = p₂v₂/t₂p₁ = p, v₁ = v and t₁ = t.p₂ = 15.5 p, v₂ = and t = 15.5 t.to get the volume in the second case (v₂): v₂ = p₁v₁t₂/p₂t₁ = (p x v x 15,5 t) / (15.5 p x t) = v.so, the volume will stay the same.