It describes the volume that is filled by a total of 6.022 · 10 23 particles ( Avogadro's constant ) of a substance . The molar volume is an intensive quantity , while the volume itself is an extensive quantity .
Molar volume of the ideal gas
The molar volume of an ideal gas is, according to the current measurement accuracy ( regardless of which gas is present in detail ):
|Physical standard conditions||101.325 kPa||0 ° C||22.413 969 54 ... 10 −3 m 3 / mol||" Standard volume "|
|Standard chemical conditions (IUPAC 1982)||100,000 kPa||0 ° C||22.710 954 64 ... 10 −3 m 3 / mol|
|SATP terms||101,300 kPa||25 ° C||24.471 441 56 ... 10 −3 m 3 / mol.|
In the German standard DIN 1343, January 1990 edition, the molar standard volume of the ideal gas is still given with the older value of (22.414 962 ± 0.000 013) l / mol. The older value completely covers the younger one due to its greater uncertainty.
For real gases , the numbers from the ideal gas law only apply at low pressure and not too low temperatures.
- CODATA Recommended Values. National Institute of Standards and Technology, accessed July 30, 2019 . Value for the molar volume under standard conditions (273.15 Kelvin , 101.325 kPa ). The value is exact, but has an infinite number of decimal places in the decimal representation.
- CODATA Recommended Values. National Institute of Standards and Technology, accessed July 30, 2019 . Value for the molar volume at 273.15 Kelvin and 100 kPa . The value is exact, but has an infinite number of decimal places in the decimal representation.