how many grams of N2 are contained in an 11.2 liter sample at STP?

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  • To go from liters to grams, divide your liters by 22.4 L (volume of ideal gas at STP) and then multiply by the molar mass. So…

    11.2 L / 22.4 L = .5 mol

    .5 mol * 28 g/mol (diatomic molecule) = 14 grams N2

    Hope this helps.

    Source(s): Biochem major, SUNY Binghamton
  • At STP (0 degrees C, and 1 atmosphere), 1 mole of gas occupies 22.4 Liters of volume. Since you have exactly 11.2 L of volume in this case, you have exactly 0.5 moles of gas.

    11.2 Liters x 1 mole/22.4 Liters = 0.5 moles

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