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A ALEKS -ANNETH SUAREZ PALOb My Questions bartlebyG chloride gas formula - Google Se+XXXXwww-awn.aleks.com/alekscgi/x/lsl.exe/10_u-lgNslkr7j8P3jH=lJxk3WxUPZu2ctUcqMoMnclLczXr-FFXXXD80N _ka_pcCZy5sprvocbD6q..The magic button(137) YouTube DashboardGoogleSarahah Anneth1/4XO CHEMICAL REACTIONSANNETHFinding mole ratios from chemical formulaeThis is the chemical formula for epinephrine (the main ingredient in adrenaline):CgH1303NA biochemist has determined by measurements that there are 0.0211 moles of carbon in a sample of epinephrine. How many moles of nitrogen are in thesample?Round your answer to 3 significant digits.molExplanationChecko2019 McGraw-Hill Education. AJI Rights Reserved. Terms of Use Privacy9:36

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Finding mole ratios from chemical formulae
This is the chemical formula for epinephrine (the main ingredient in adrenaline):
CgH1303N
A biochemist has determined by measurements that there are 0.0211 moles of carbon in a sample of epinephrine. How many moles of nitrogen are in the
sample?
Round your answer to 3 significant digits.
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A ALEKS -ANNETH SUAREZ PALO b My Questions bartleby G chloride gas formula - Google Se + X X X X www-awn.aleks.com/alekscgi/x/lsl.exe/10_u-lgNslkr7j8P3jH=lJxk3WxUPZu2ctUcqMoMnclLczXr-FFXXXD80N _ka_pcCZy5sprvocbD6q.. The magic button (137) YouTube Dashboard Google Sarahah Anneth 1/4 X O CHEMICAL REACTIONS ANNETH Finding mole ratios from chemical formulae This is the chemical formula for epinephrine (the main ingredient in adrenaline): CgH1303N A biochemist has determined by measurements that there are 0.0211 moles of carbon in a sample of epinephrine. How many moles of nitrogen are in the sample? Round your answer to 3 significant digits. mol Explanation Check o2019 McGraw-Hill Education. AJI Rights Reserved. Terms of Use Privacy 9:36

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In chemistry, there are many ways to check the deviation of experimental data from the accurate value. These different methods provide the difference between accuracy and precisions of the experimental data which can be further used to calculate the error percentage in the experiment.

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Chemical formula of epinephrine = C9H13O3N

1 mole of epinephrine = 9 moles of C atoms

Hence moles of epinephrine in 0.0211 moles of C: 

 

0.0211 moles Cx 1 moles epinephrne -0.00234 moles epinephrine
9 mole C
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0.0211 moles Cx 1 moles epinephrne -0.00234 moles epinephrine 9 mole C

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1 mole of epinephrine = 1 moles of N atoms

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1 moles N
0.00234 moles epinephrine x
-0.00234 moles N atoms
1 mole epinephrine
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1 moles N 0.00234 moles epinephrine x -0.00234 moles N atoms 1 mole epinephrine

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