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a) If a sample containing 2.00 mL of nitroglycerin (density= 1.592 g/ml) is detonated, how mahy total moles of gas are produced?
b) If each mole of gas occupies 55 L under the conditions of the explosion, how many liters of gas are produced?
c) How many grams of N2 are produced in the detonation?

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What are you answers?

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your*

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a) .102
b) 5.59
c) .437 (a friend of sort of helped me with it)

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@Shalante what u get?

- anonymous

Yes that is correct!

- anonymous

wait PLEASE @Shalante can you PLEASE explain to me how you got letter c

- anonymous

Yes
Grams of nitroglycerin is 3.184grams
Molar mass of nitroglycerin is 227g/mol
There are 6 moles of N2 for every 4 mols of nitroglycerin (C3H5N3O9)
N2 molar mass is 28g/mol

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\[\frac{ 3.184g C _{3}H _{5}N _{3}O _{9} }{ 1} \times \frac{ 1mol C3H5N3O9 }{ 227g C3H5N3O9 } \times \frac{ 6mol N2 }{ 4mol C3H5N3O9 } \times \frac{ 28.00g N2 }{ 1mol N2 }\]

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when I did that I got .58

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Detonation of nitroglycerin reaction
\[4C _{3}H _{5}N _{3}O _{9}\rightarrow 12CO _{2}+ 6N _{2}+O _{2}+10H _{2}O\]

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Lemme see.

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but when I multiplied I got .589 @ Shalante
what am I doing wrong

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Gimme a second.

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K THANKS!
YOU'RE THE BEST

- anonymous

Actually it is 0.58.
I am right.

- anonymous

Your friend was wrong.

- anonymous

oh ok then

- anonymous

I trust you

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Haha, I am glad you told me to show you the steps.

- anonymous

The dimensional analysis looked close between 0.30-0.7 so I assumed you got it right.
Thats is actually better for me to do it than check it lol.

- anonymous

lol and for b it's just 55L times the answer I got for a right?

- anonymous

Yeah because they to want to know the number of moles with a different amount of liter.

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all right thx

- anonymous

No problem!
I need to sleep now.
Good luck with the rest

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