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  1. 2)  Automobiles air bags are filled via the decomposition of sodium azide, according to the following equation: 2NaN3 (s)→2Na(s) +3N2 (g)

    Calculate the work (in L × atm) when 2.25 g of sodium azide decompose at 2.25 atm to fill an air bag. The density of nitrogen gas is 1.165 g/L. hint the work will be done by any gases produced.

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