Universal Gas Constant

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Universal gas constant ( \(R\) ) (also called gas constant, ideal gas constant, and molar gas constant).  When using these values in the Ideal Gas Law (or when making any calculation) make sure the units match up.)

Values of RUnits
8.314472 J·K-1·mol-1
0.0820574587 L·atmosphere (unit)|atm·Kelvin|K-1·Mole (unit)|mol-1
8.20574587 × 10-5 m3·atm·K-1·mol-1
8.314472 cm3·MPa·K-1·mol-1
8.314472 Pa·K-1·mol-1
8.314472 Pa·K-1·mol-1
62.36367 L·mmHg·K-1·mol-1
62.36367 L·Torr·K-1·mol-1
83.14472 L·mbar·K-1·mol-1
1.987 cal·K-1·mol-1
6.132440 lbf·ft·K-1·g-mol-1
10.73159 °R-1·lb-mol-1
0.7302413 ft3·atm·°R-1·lb-mol-1
998.9701 ft3·mmHg·K-1·lb-mol-1
8.314472 × 107 erg·K-1·mol-1
1716 (Air only) slug-1
286.9 (Air only) N·m·kg-1·K-1
286.9 (Air only) J·kg-1·K-1

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