Calculate weight in gram, number of moles and number of molecules in 1120 cm^3 of N2(Nitrogen gas) at S.T.P. (Take Avogadro number 6 x 10^23).
Asked by dr_pradip27121972 | 25th Mar, 2018, 03:38: PM
Weight of N2 = 1.4 gm
No.of molecules = 3 ×1022
Moles of N2 = 0.05 mol
Answered by Varsha | 26th Mar, 2018, 06:20: PM
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