Analytical Chemistry Lecture, Math300
The last exam! Finally! Well, in general the exam was, pretty much, on the normal level. It's not that hard but it's not that easy. And our professor added a taste of her trickyness in the exam. She included the ideal gas equation in our exam. Fortunately, I am familiar with that equation (Thank God for Ma'am Deleña!). It's PV=nRT. Where P is the Pressure (atm), V is the volume (L), n is the number of moles (mol), R is the ideal-gas constant with a value of 0.08205 (L-atm/mol-K), T is Temperature (K). The bad thing is that, I forgot the value for the Saturation Point (STP) Temperature. I did good anyway so I'm not nervous!