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find mass of magnesium nitride produced in reaction of 5.0of magnesium with 10.0gof nitrogen. the reaction was carried out in a closed container

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  1. See your other limiting reagent problems.

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  2. your not getting the picture I need help to study for an exam because I do not get this.

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