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Molar Volume of the Ideal Gas

Molar Volume of the Ideal Gas
Definition:Volume per mole of an ideal gas at standard temperature and pressure: Vm = V/n = R T/p, with V = volume, n = amount of substance, R = gas constant, T = temperature, and p = pressure.
Vm = 22.413996(39) 10-3 m3 mol-1 (T = 273.15 K, p = 101.325 kPa)
Vm = 22.710981(40) 10-3 m3 mol-1 (T = 273.15 K, p = 100.000 kPa)
Units:m3mol-1
Symbol:Vm
Scope note:Present value: 2006 CODATA recommended values
Translation: DEMolares Volumen des idealen Gases
FRVolume molaire d'un gaz idéal

Sources

TitleAuthor(s)MediumLocationRankSorted ascendingQualityRatingQuantitySource typeSystems
The Nist Reference on Constants, Units and UncertaintyOnlineOnline
(Free)
11
5
Data (measured)
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and PhysicsLide D.R.OnlineOnline
(Subscription)
11
5
Data (measured)
Lange's Handbook of ChemistryDean J.A. (Ed.)OnlineOnline
(Subscription)
22
3.5
Data (measured)
Landolt-Börnstein: New Series = Neue Serie Subvol. b: Units and Fundamental Constants in Physics and Chemistry Fundamental Constants in Physics and ChemistryBortfeldt J. ; Kramer B. (Eds.)Print9 G22
3.5
Data (measured)
Conversion Tables of Units in Science and EngineeringHorvath Ari L.Print303 F33
2
Data (measured)
Fundamental Measures and Constants for Science and TechnologyRossini Frederick D.Print303 F33
2
Data (measured)
SI Chemical DataAylward Gordon ; Findlay TristanPrint303 F33
2
Data (measured)

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