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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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
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