11.23.2017 | Logan Miers

STP is **Standard Temperature and Pressure**. Standard Temperature is. 0oC in Celsius or 273K in Kelvin. Standard Pressure is. 1 Atmosphere (atm).

#1# Atmosphere (atm) #760# Torrcellis (torr) #760# Millimeters of Mercury (mmHg) #101.325# KiloPascals (kPa).

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*Standard temperature and pressure*.

Standard temperature and pressure.

#0^oC# in Celsius or #273K# in Kelvin Standard Pressure is.

STP(Standard temperature and pressure) the standard temperature is: 0 degrees Celsius( 273K) standard pressure is 1 ATM (760 mmHg, 101.325 kPa.

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Some older (and potentially fairly recent) textbooks might say:

Ever had your university lab notebook "torn apart" by a lab TA for "not enough information"? Yeah, it's primarily because science tends to rely on consistency and reproducibility to prove that something is credible.

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The difference between the two *pressures* are subtle but significant:

A temperature of 0 degree celcius and pressure of 1 atm,standard conditions.

Some textbooks define it differently than others, but the newest IUPAC standard temperature and pressure are:

If someone can't read your lab notebook and then reproduce your lab experiment without your input and correction, you haven't provided enough information to replicate that experiment precisely.

SIDENOTE : This is not be confused with the temperature and pressure at which #DeltaH_f^@#, #DeltaS^@#, and #DeltaG^@# are defined, which you should have in your textbook appendix; those are derived and defined (usually) for #25^@ "C"#, not #0^@ "C"#

STP is Standard Temperature and Pressure Standard Temperature is.

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#T_"STP" = 0^@ "C" = "273.15 K"# #P_"STP" = "1 bar"#

STP is Standard Temperature and Pressure.

That improves the accuracy to which an experiment can be reproduced.

10.22.2017 | Jessica MacAdam

Defined as 1 atmosphere of **pressure and** 0° Celsius (273.15 Kelvin). The density of air is 1.29 kg m-3 at **standard temperature** and pressure. Standard.

9.21.2017 | Jessica MacAdam

Keep in mind the STP values in other units: **Standard** Temp = 0oC or 273 Kelvin. Standard **Pressure** = 1atm = 760 mmHg. = 760 torr = 101.325kPa. Ideal Gas.

8.20.2017 | Logan Miers

Organizations establish a **standard temperature and pressure** to enable the comparison of datasets and to meet their members' and stakeholders' laboratory.

7.19.2017 | Logan Blare

(physics, chemistry) The international, **standard** conditions used to aid reproducibility; a **temperature** of 0 °C (273.15 K) and a **pressure** of 1 atmosphere (101.325.