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 A301936 Decimal expansion of the molar volume of a perfect gas in standard conditions in cubic meters per mole. 0
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS For a perfect gas we know Vm = RT/p. Where p is the pressure, Vm is the molar volume, T is the temperature and  R is the molar gas constant. We will use the value of R according to NIST. In standard conditions T = 298.15 K, p = 100000 Pa therefore: Vm = A070064 J mol^-1 K^-1 * 298.15 K / 100000 Pa = 0.024789561 (14) m^3 mol^-1. The number (14) denotes the current uncertainty of the value. LINKS NIST, Molar Gas Constant Wikipedia, Molar Volume. FORMULA Vm = A070064 * 0.0029815. Vm = 0.024789561 (14) m^3 mol^-1. CROSSREFS Cf. A070064. Sequence in context: A182842 A009282 A141745 * A285535 A173416 A103254 Adjacent sequences:  A301933 A301934 A301935 * A301937 A301938 A301939 KEYWORD nonn,cons,more,changed AUTHOR Natan Arie Consigli, Mar 28 2018 STATUS approved

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