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At standard temperature and pressure (273 K and 1 atmosphere), oxygen has a mass density () of 1.43 kg/m3. The molecular mass (m) of oxygen is 32 u. Calculate the number (n) of molecules in one cm3 of oxygen. (Round to three significant figures.)

2. Relevant equations

R = 8.31 J/molK

kB = 1.38times10^-23 J/K

3.

I thought I had to use the following formula.. n=p(density not pressure)V/m.. When i put it in. it didnt get the right answer

PLEASE HELP

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