What is the mole ratio of ammonium nitrate to water?
1 Expert Answer
According to the balanced equation TWO moles ammonium nitrate produces FOUR moles of water. It’s a simple proportion. You get twice as many moles of water as you have ammonium nitrate.
What is 1 mole of ammonium nitrate?
The molar mass of Ammonium nitrate is 80.043 gm per mole.
What are mole ratios?
Mole Ratio: is a conversion factor between compounds in a chemical reaction, that is derived from the coefficients of the compounds in a balanced equation. The mole ratio is therefore used to convert between quantities of compounds in a chemical reaction.
How do you calculate the percentage of ammonium nitrate?
The mass of 1 mol of NH4NO3 is 80g .
- 2×14g=28g. The mass of N is 28g . Percent composition of N is 28g80g×100%=35% .
- 4×1g=4g. The mass of H is 4g . Percent composition of H is 4g80g×100%=5% .
- 3×16g=48g. The mass of O is 48g . Percent composition of O is 48g80g×100%=60% .
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