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Dr.Bob - about your post to a previous question

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For that question by Josh on the second page I reviewed what you did and am confused to how you found the g excess reagent (NH3)

I posted a response to what I found when I helped Josh with the problem.

Could you please take a look at it and check my thinking on the problem

Thank you Dr.Bob =)

  • Dr.Bob - about your post to a previous question - ,

    It's the post right under your last one, not the very last post.

  • Dr.Bob - about your post to a previous question - ,

    I posted a correction at the original site. Yes, you are correct. I didn't convert mols NH3 to grams and I subtracted grams - mols which isn't legal. But I think the remaining part of the problem is correct. That's what I get for trying to do the problem from memory. I wasn't sure if the original problem asked for amount NH3 remaining and I was so focused on that that I omittd a step. Also, I always tell the students to check my think and check my work.

  • Dr.Bob - about your post to a previous question - ,

    Okay then, I thought that looked kinda funny =)

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