Can anyone help me solve this question showing the workings out
In a car airbag, sodium azide (NaN3)decomposes to form sodium metal and nitrogen gas.
2NaN3------->2Na + 3N2
The sodium metal then reacts with potassium nitrate to produce more nitrogen gas.
10Na + 2KNO2------->N2+5Na2O+K2O
If 2.00 mol of sodium azide react in this wa, how many molecules of N2 will be formed?
(The Avogadro constant L=6.022x10^23mol^-1
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- 04-10-2017 13:07
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- 10-10-2017 01:16
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