Introductory Chemistry (5th Edition)

a) $474.88 L$ b) $4.816 L$ c) $8.1536 L$ d) $192.64 L$
At Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP) which is $0^{\circ}C$ and 1 atm of pressure, the volume occupied by any gas is 22.4 L. So to find how many liters a gas occupies we can simply multiply the moles of the gas by 22.4 L. a) $21.2 mols N_{2}O\times22.4 = 474.88 L$ b) $0.215 mols CO\times22.4 = 4.816 L$ c) $0.364 mols CO_{2}\times22.4 = 8.1536 L$ d) $8.6 mols C_{2}H_{6}\times22.4 = 192.64 L$