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How much N2 in liters in a tank

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My question is how much N2 is there in an UHPN Tank ? I read it has 230 cu ft. and from a conversion table I saw online it would be 230*24= 5520 liters. Does that sound reasonable?

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4 hours ago, Tshah said:

I read it has 230 cu ft. and from a conversion table I saw online it would be 230*24= 5520 liters. Does that sound reasonable?

Google can convert different kinds of units for you:

https://www.google.com/search?q=230+cu+ft

 

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4 hours ago, Tshah said:

My question is how much N2 is there in an UHPN Tank ? I read it has 230 cu ft. and from a conversion table I saw online it would be 230*24= 5520 liters. Does that sound reasonable?

Is the question just about converting units? What does UHPN stand for? Where did the 230 cu ft. figure come from?

It seems kind of obvious that in a 230 ft3 tank, there will be 230 ft3 of nitrogen (or equivalent). But is the gas pressurised? Is the question about what the volume would be at atmospheric pressure? Or does "how much" refer to something else like mass or moles or ...

And is this homework or just a general question?

 

13 minutes ago, Sensei said:

  

Google can convert different kinds of units for you:

https://www.google.com/search?q=230+cu+ft

You can even tell it what units you want: https://www.google.com/searchq=230+cu+ft+in+bushels

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8 hours ago, Strange said:

What does UHPN stand for?

Generally that is just the purity indicator on the cylinder (ultra high purity) or so I though. But then I realize that I also have high pressure (HP) and ultra high pressure (UHP) tanks, so ...

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