## What is the density of argon at STP in G L?

1.78 g/L
Argon has a density of 1.78 g/L at STP.

What is the density of an ideal gas at STP?

Gas densities are somewhere around 1 g/L at room temperature and pressure- about 1/1000th the density of liquids. Note that you can very quickly decide which gas is going to be densest. If they behave ideally, all have the same molar volume at STP and the densest gas will be the one with the highest molar mass.

What is the density of argon for the given conditions?

Online Argon Density Calculator

State Temperature Density
[K] [mol/dm3]
Gas at equilibrium 150 9.875
150.69 13.41
Liquid 83.81 35.47

### What is the density of argon gas in KG m3?

1.69
Argon, Ar

Liquid State
Density 15 °C 1 atm kg/m3: 1.69
Gaseous state
Specific heat (15 °C) kJ/kg* K: 0.520
Thermal conductivity µW/cm• K:

How do you calculate the density of an ideal gas?

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Using the Ideal Gas Law to Calculate Gas Densities and Molar Masses

1. nV=PRT. The left side has the units of moles per unit volume (mol/L).
2. n=mM. Substituting this expression for n into Equation 6.3.6 gives.
3. mMV=PRT. Because m/V is the density d of a substance, we can replace m/V by d and rearrange to give.
4. d=mV=MPRT.

What is the density of argon in g cm3?

Chemical properties of argon – Health effects of argon – Environmental effects of argon

Atomic number 18
Density 1.78.10 -3 g.cm -3 at 0 °C
Melting point -189 °C
Boiling point -185.7 °C
Vanderwaals radius 0.192 nm

## What is the density of h2 gas at STP?

The density of hydrogen gas at STP is 0.09kgm−3.