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Homework Help: AP chemistry

Posted by anne on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at 8:12pm.

Sodium azide, the explosive chemical used in atuomobile airbags, is made by the following reactions:
NaNO3 + 3NaNH2 => NaN3 + 3NaOH+ NH3

If you combine 15,0 g of NaNO3 (85 g/mol) with 15.0 g of NaNH3, what mass of NaN3 is produced?

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