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PLEASE HELP ME, I REALLY NEED HELP medal, testimony and fan reward A chemist finds that 30,82 g of nitrogen will react with 17.60 g of oxygen to form a different compound. Calculate the mass of oxygen per gram of nitrogen in each compound.

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  1. anonymous
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    Mass of oxygen per gram of nitrogen Mass of oxygen=Oxygen in grams Per=divided gram of nitrogen=Nitrogen in gram So mass of oxygen per gram of nitrogen is 17.60g of oxygen/30.82g of nitrogen =0.5711 g O/g N

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    OMG thank-you

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    sorry the testimony isn't so good @Shalante but I was in a hurry

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    Lol, no worries.

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    Glad to help!

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