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shilparao Nov 29th 2017 10:05 PM

Stoichiometry
 
What is STP?

oz93666 Nov 29th 2017 11:54 PM

The two are not related

Stoichiometry is to do with calculating the quantities of reactants that combine in a chemical reaction , and the quantities of the product/s

STP is short for Standard Temperature and Pressure ...defined as 0C and 100KPa

NTP is ...Normal temperature and pressure is defined as 20C and 101.325 Kpa

The abbreviation STP may occour up in stoichiometric questions , if you need to calculate the volume of gas produced in a reaction , it may specify the gas is at STP or NTP


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