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. What is the percent by mass of nitrogen in (NH4)2CO3?

dont know how to do, please help.

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    %N = (mass N/molar mas)*100
    mass N = 2*N = 2*14.00whatever N is. Look it up. Post your answer if you want us to check it for you.

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    i got 29 %

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    How accurately do you want it calculated?
    %N = (2*14.007/98.086)*100 = 29.155%

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