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# How would the number of moles (n) of o2 change if the atmospheric pressure doubled but all other variables stayed the same   ### Another question on Chemistry Chemistry, 22.06.2019 03:40
In an effort to address concerns about global warming, a power plant in portland,oregon is designed to take all of its exhaust gases from its boilers and recycle the co2 using the solvay process to make sodium hydrogen carbonate. the reaction is shown below. nh3(g) + h2o(l) + co2(g) + nacl(aq) → nahco3(aq) + nh4cl(aq) how many liters each of nh3 and co2 (both at stp) would be consumed to produce 3.00 kg of sodium bicarbonate? the volume of both nh3 and co2 would be Chemistry, 22.06.2019 05:30
Liv sheldon given the balanced equation for an organic reaction: c2h2 + 2cl2 → c2h2cl4 this reaction is best classified as * Chemistry, 22.06.2019 06:30
The following reaction shows the products when sulfuric acid and aluminum hydroxide react. al(oh)3 + h2so4 → al2(so4)3 + h2o the table shows the calculated amounts of reactants and products when the reaction was conducted in a laboratory. sulfuric acid aluminum hydroxide initial amount of reactant 40 g 15 g theoretical yield of water from reactant 14.69 g 10.38 g what is the approximate amount of the leftover reactant? 11.73 g of sulfuric acid 10.33 g of sulfuric acid 11.12 g of aluminum hydroxide 13.67 g of aluminum hydroxide Chemistry, 22.06.2019 10:40
Arate is equal to 0.0200 m/s. if [a] = 0.100 m and rate = k[a]1, what is the new rate if the concentration of [a] is increased to 0.200 m? explain/show a calculation.
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