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Posted by Sienna on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 10:44pm.

A car air bag requires 70. L of nitrogen gas to inflate properly. The following equation represents the production of nitrogen gas:

2NAN subscript 3 yielding 2NA + 3N subscript 2

the density of nitrogen gas is typically 1.16 g/L at room temperature. How would you calculate the number of grams of Nitrogen that is needed to inflate the air bag?

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