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1)
14 moles of Ar
12 moles of N2
2 moles of BF3

If the total number of mol present in the mixture visualized is 1.43, calculate the number of mol of N2.

2)
11 moles of N2
4 moles of CSH4
If the total number of mol present in the mixture visualized is 1.68, calculate the number of mol of N2

  • chemistry -

    I am not exactly sure of what is given.
    1) if the mixture is 14 parts Ar, 12 parts N2, and 2 parts BF3, then

    molesN2=1.43*12/28 moles

  • chemistry -

    thats right

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