Question G13 page F59 7th edition  [ENDORSED]

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Vikramjeet Gill 1C
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Question G13 page F59 7th edition

Postby Vikramjeet Gill 1C » Mon Oct 01, 2018 11:55 am

im Having a little trouble calculating the moles of N atoms each plant will receive, I know the answer is 1.0x10^-2mole but I just don’t know how to get there. I’ve already calculated the number of moles in the new diluted solution of NH4NO3 which is 5.0x10^-3. Can anyone help with the last step.

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Elena Saab 4A
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Re: Question G13 page F59 7th edition  [ENDORSED]

Postby Elena Saab 4A » Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:08 pm

Once you have the moles in the new solution (.05 mol), you need to multiply by the mole ratio of (2 moles N)/(1 mole NH4NO3)to find the moles of Nitrogen. Hope this helps!


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