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There are two formula as below:
1. PV = nRT
2. Pv = RT (v is specific volume)
What is the difference between them?
1. PV = nRT
2. Pv = RT (v is specific volume)
What is the difference between them?
If v is the molar volume (volume per mole), then v = V/n. The gas constant R in both equations is the same.askor said:There are two formula as below:
1. PV = nRT
2. Pv = RT (v is specific volume)
What is the difference between them?
This is correct if ##\rho## is the molar density.askor said:What about P = ρRT?
Isn't above equation shows that ##P = \frac{1}{v}RT## or Pv = RT?
They're both the same.So Why v = V/n, not v = 1/ρ?
There is no difference. They all say the same thing (and give the same results).If PV = nRT, Pv = RT, and P = ρRT (PV = mRT). What is the difference?