Answer to Question #221446 in General Chemistry for Tiera

Question #221446

A student was asked to calculate the mass of ammonia,  , in a solution given that there are 54   molecules present. The student’s calculation is shown below. Find the error(s) in the conversion factors, explain what the student did wrong and then correct the calculation. (note: there are 6.02x10²³ molecules per mole)



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Expert's answer
2021-07-30T10:05:01-0400

"\\frac{54}{6.02\u00d710^{23}}=8.97\u00d710^{-23}"


"Mass = 17.031 \u00d7[8.97\u00d710^{-23}]=1.53\u00d710^{-21}"




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