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Grade: 10
        
5.04g of a mixture of anhydrous sodium carbonate and sodium hydrogen when heated to a constant mass gave 4.11g of residue write an equation for the reaction that takes place when the mixture is heated (show working) calculate the percentage of anhydrous sodium carbonate in the mixture 
8 months ago

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Avni Chauhan
askIITians Faculty
247 Points
							mass lost = CO2 expelled
this can help us to find out the moles of gas lost and thus moles of sodium carbonate. hence mass can be found out.
8 months ago
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