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How to calculate mass of 3 moles of NH3?

Asked by stutagra 9th June 2016, 3:27 PM
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Answer:
Mass of 1 mole of ammonia is molar mass of ammonia
Molar mass of ammonia = (atomic mass of N) + 3(atomic mass of H)
                               = 14 + (3×1)
                               = 17
Mass of 1 mole of ammonia is 17 g.
Hence, mass of 3 moles of ammonia = 3 × 17
                                                = 51 g 
Answered by Expert 10th June 2016, 12:25 PM
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