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Posted by Hero on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 10:42pm.

How do we find the molar mass of a gas produced?

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if 1.00 kg of N2H2 reacts with 1.00kg of H202. How many moles of N2 could be formed?


THe equation is N2H2+2H202 > N2 + 4H20

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