Molar volume of the ideal hydrogen gas at room temperature

Mass of zinc used (g): 0. 25 GramsVolume of 6M HCl used (mL): 10 mLC. Molecular weight of zinc (g/mol): D. Moles of zinc reacted: E. Moles of hydrogen produced: F. Molar volume of the ideal hydrogen gas at room temperature (volume/moles), expressed as L/mol at X degrees Celsius convert to kelvin, mL to L, at pressure of 1 atmosphere where R = 0. 08206 atm L/mol K: Part 2Mass of zinc used (g): 0. 5 GramsVolume of 6M HCl used (mL): 10 mLMolecular weight of zinc (g/mol): Moles of zinc reacted: Moles of hydrogen produced: Molar volume of the ideal hydrogen gas at room temperature (volume/moles), expressed as L/mol at X degrees Celsius (convert to K if needed) and a pressure of 1 atmosphere: 3. Compare the molar volumes obtained in the two parts of the experiment.