Your yield of crude product is 1.852 g. How many mL of 1 M NH3 (aq)

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  1. Molar Mass for ammonia: 17.03 g/mol

    1.852 g of ammonia is yield of crude product.

    1.852 g
    ------- = 0.10875 mol
    17.03 g/mol

    0.10875 mol * 1 L
    ----- = 0.10875 L

    0.10875 L * 1000 mL
    ------- = 108.7 mL
    1 L

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