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asked • 03/01/21

In a lab, nitrogen trichloride is synthesized from its elements. This reaction has a 60.0% yield...

In a lab, nitrogen trichloride is synthesized from its elements. This reaction has a 60.0% yield. A chemist wants to prepare 50.0g of nitrogen trichloride, with a 60.0% yield, what mass of nitrogen should be used for the reaction?


The answer is 9.70g N2 according to the answer sheet, but I'm not sure how to get there.

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