Gunpowder is a mixture of potassium nitrate, sulfur and carbon in the proportion by mass of 6:1:1 (KNO3:S:C). A typical rifle shell contains 3.0g of gunpowder. How many moles of each component are there in our sample of gunpowder?
gunpowder is a mixture of potassium nitrate , sulfur and carbon in th proportion (by mass) of 6:1:1 (KNO3;S:C). A typical riflr shell contains 3.2 gunpowder. How many moles of each compnent are there in our sample gunpowder?
gunpowder is a mixture of potassium nitrate , sulfur and carbon in th proportion (by mass) of 6:1:1 (KNO3;S:C). A typical riflr shell contains 3.2 gunpowder. How many moles of each compnent are there in our sample gunpowder? KNO3
20.When black gunpowder explodes, potassium nitrate, carbon, and sulfur react with each other to form nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and potassium sulfide. If thee original mixture contains 50.0 g of potassium nitrate, what is the
10. If the calcium oxide were obtained by the heating of calcium hydroxide, how much hydroxide would be needed to obtain the 15.0 g? 11. If the 15.0 g of calcium oxide in the above problems were allowed to react with water, what
A 15.0 g sample consisting of a mixture of silver nitrate and sodium nitrate is dissolved in water. This aqueous mixture then reacts with aqueous potassium chloride to form 3.97 g of solid. Calculate the percent by mass of silver
A 0.8870-g mixture of sodium chloride and potassium chloride is dissolved in water and silver nitrate is added. The AgCl that precipitates has a mass of 1.913 g. Calculate the percent by mass of potassium in the initial mixture。
Write the net ionic equation for the reaction between...(and MUST INCLUDE STATES, please post answers to all so i can verify if im correct and explanation to one of them) a) potassium hydroxide and copper(I) nitrate b) potassium
For which of following can the metal ions be separated from one another by adding solution of sodium hydroxide? (a) cobalt nitrate and aluminum nitrate (b) barium nitrate and potassium chloride (c) magnesium nitrate and nickel