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Question #182178

How many moles of CO2 are produced when 3.00 g of C3H5O9N3 decomposes?

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2021-04-19T05:07:22-0400

The reaction goes as"4C_3H_5O_9N_3\\Rightarrow 12CO_2+6N_2+10H_2O+O_2"


From the above reaction we have seen that "4" mole of "C_3H_5O_9N_3" produce "12" mole of "CO_2"


So "1" mole of "C_3H_5O_9N_3" produce "3" mole of "CO_2"


Molar mass of "C_3H_5O_9N_3" is "227 g\/mol"


Moles of "C_3H_5O_9N_3" "=\\dfrac{3}{227}=0.0132 mol"


"0.0132" mol of "C_3H_5O_9N_3" produce "0.0132\\times3=0.0396 mol" of "CO_2"




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