In electrochemistry, spontaneous redox reactions are used for what purpose?
AnswerStep 1According to the figure given we can say that it obeys ideal gas laws : PV=nRTP=pressureV=volume of gasR=universal gas constantn= no.of molesT=temperature .Now we have to find for 1 mole sample of atmosphere in the middle stratosphere wouldoccupy how much volume let us calculate. PV=nRT V=nRT/PHere, n and R are constants and V (volume) is proportional to T/PStratosphere has a range from 10 km to 50 km. so middle of stratosphere wfl be at 30 km.From the figure the temperature and pressure at that point are 230 K and about 40 torr.
Textbook: Chemistry: A Molecular Approach
Author: Nivaldo J. Tro
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