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Assume that you start with 1 mole(s) of magnesium metal, determine:

The number of grams of MgO(s) that would be produced in the following reaction (enter your answer with 4 significant figures):

Mg(s) + 1/2O2(g) → MgO(s)

 

 

The number of grams of Mg3N2(s) that would be produced in the following reaction (enter your answer with 4 significant figures):

Mg(s) + 1/3N2(g) → 1/3Mg3N2(s)

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