Imagine that the gas shown in the simulation is an ideal gas such as helium. Notice that the final number of moles of gas is 1.00 for each…

Imagine that the gas shown in the simulation is an ideal gas such as helium. Notice that the final number of moles of gas is 1.00 for each experimental run. You can find the final volume of the gas using the y axis of the graph shown.Consider an experimental run at 273 where the initial number of moles () is actually 1.00 , and the final number of moles () is 2.00 . Use the simulation to find the volume () of 1.00 of helium at 273 and calculate the final volume ().

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