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$$Δ{ V }_{ H }=\frac { IB }{ nqt } \\ 9.6*{ 10 }^{ -6 }=\frac { 50*1.3 }{ n*e*3.3*{ 10 }^{ -4 } } \\ n=1.28*{ 10 }^{ 29 }\quad electrons/{ m }^{ 3 }$$
mfb said:You can use WolframAlpha to check calculations like that.
ΔV_H is the change in volume of a substance, typically measured in cubic meters (m^3), at a constant pressure and temperature.
To solve for ΔV_H, you will need to use the equation ΔV_H = V_f - V_i, where V_f is the final volume and V_i is the initial volume.
ΔV_H is typically measured in cubic meters (m^3), but it is important to check the units given in the equation and convert if necessary.
Yes, ΔV_H can be negative if the final volume is smaller than the initial volume. This indicates that the substance has undergone a decrease in volume.
ΔV_H is often related to other variables, such as pressure and temperature, through equations such as the ideal gas law. It is important to understand the relationship between these variables in order to correctly solve for ΔV_H.