## Using PV=nRT

Erik Buetow 1F
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### Using PV=nRT

Will we need to use this equation for test 1? And if so, will we only use it to find pressure or concentration for the equilibrium equation?

Isabella Dal Porto 1H
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

This equation will most likely show up on the test. It is used for finding the equilibrium pressure of a gas.

Kaylee Sepulveda 4G
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

Everything that we have covered so far is fair game, so I would not be surprised if at least one question required this formula. However, if I remember correctly, it is on the equation sheet.

Jacey Yang 1F
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

Yes, you would use the equation to convert between concentration and partial pressure, depending on what the problem asks for.

JesseAuLec1Dis1G
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

You would need to use this equation if you needed to convert mols to pressure.

Martina
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

Yes you can use it find find pressure if you have the molarity (n/V) or vice versa.

005206171
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

If it does, it will be in the context of converting partial pressure to concentration or vice versa

Aarushi Solanki 4F
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### Re: Using PV=nRT

It is on the equation sheet but you should understand the reasoning behind the derivation of this equation.