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# How many grams of methane gas, CH4 , occupy a volume of 2.00 L at 50.0°C, and 697 torr? (PV = nRT, R = 0.0821 L atm/ mole K)

Hello, You can start by converting you pressure from torr to atm. Or look up and R=constant with torr units. once you did that, use the formula PV=nRT, in order to find n=quantity of moles. Then, use the molar mass of CH4, to find the mass using this relationship n(mol)=mass(g)/molar_mass(g/mol) PS : don't forget to convert T=50 celcius to Kelvin.