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In the equation 2 NaN3----2 Na + 3 N2// how much N2 would be produced if 100 grams of NaN2 completely reacted at STP?

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  1. for each mole of NaN3 used, one gets 1.5 moles of N2.

    so how many moles of NaN3 is 100grams?

  2. 150 moles

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