# of all the hydrogen nuclei in the ocean, 0.0156 how much deuterium could be obtained from 1.0 gal of ordinary tap water

Poop Butt.

Explanation: Poop Butt.

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What is the mass in grams of H₂ that can be formed from 54.6 grams of NH₃ in the following reaction?2 NH₃(g) → 3 H₂(g) + N₂(g)

9.6 grams of H₂ can be formed from 54.6 grams of NH₃ in the following reaction: 2NH₃(g) → 3H₂(g) + N₂(g).

• According to this question, the following balanced equation is given: 2NH₃(g) → 3H₂(g) + N₂(g).

• First, we convert the mass of ammonia (NH3) to moles as follows:

• moles of NH3 = 54.6g ÷ 17g/mol

• moles of NH3 = 3.2mol.

1. If 2 moles of NH3 produces 3 moles of H2.
2. 3.2 moles of NH3 will produce 4.8 moles of H2.

• Next, we convert 4.8moles of H2 to mass as follows:

• mass of H2 = 4.8 × 2

• mass of H2 = 9.6g of H2.

• Therefore, 9.6 grams of H₂ can be formed from 54.6 grams of NH₃ in the following reaction: 2NH₃(g) → 3H₂(g) + N₂(g).

Answer : The mass of is, 9.64 grams.

Explanation : Given,

Mass of = 54.6 g

Molar mass of = 17 g/mol

Molar mass of = 2 g/mol

First we have to calculate the moles of .

Now we have to calculate the moles of

The balanced chemical equation is:

From the balanced reaction we conclude that

As, 2 mole of react to give 3 moles of

So, 3.21 mole of react to give mole of

Now we have to calculate the mass of

Therefore, the mass of is, 9.64 grams.

Which part of the electromagnetic spectrum is nearest to x rays

to the left of X rays are Gamma rays and to the right if X rays ate Ultra Violet rays.

I say microwaves

Explanation:

A ______________________ is required to cause atoms to bond together or be separated from one another. *a physical change
b phase change
d chemical reaction

d chemical reaction..

An isotope contains 26 protons, 24 electrons, and 32 neutrons. What is the identity of the isotope

58fe+2

Explanation:

26
protons equal identity

Consider the following chemical equilibrium: C(s) + 2H2 (g) <------> CH4 (g)
Now write an equation below that shows how to calculate Kp from Kc for this reaction at an absolute temperature T. You can assume T is comfortably above room temperature. If you include any common physical constants in your equation be sure you use their standard symbols, found in the ALEKS Calculator.

Kp = [CH₄(g)]/[H₂(g)]²(RT)⁻¹

Explanation:

C(s) + 2H₂(g) => CH₄(g)

Kp = Kc(RT)ⁿ

n= change in molar volumes of gas = 1 - 2 = -1

R = 0.08206 L·Atm/mol·K (gas constant)

T = Kelvin Temperature (arbitrary in problem) K =°C + 273

Kc = [CH₄(g)]/[H₂(g)]²  (measured values need to be in moles/L)

Kp = [CH₄(g)]/[H₂(g)]²(RT)⁻¹

The covalent compounds are soluble in:a) All acids

b) All bases

c) all solvents

d) nonpolar solvents​