Automobile airbags inflate due to the formation of nitrogen gas from the chemical reaction2 NaN, (s)3 N2(g) +2 Na(s)Identify the number of each atom in the reactants and products for this balanced reaction.Identify the number of Na atoms in the reactants and products.Na atomsNa atomsproducts:reactants:Identify the number of N atoms in the reactants and products.N atomsproducts:N atomsreactants:helpcontact usterms of useprivacy policyabout uscareerse a9

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Automobile airbags inflate due to the formation of nitrogen gas from the chemical reaction
2 NaN, (s)
3 N2(g) +2 Na(s)
Identify the number of each atom in the reactants and products for this balanced reaction.
Identify the number of Na atoms in the reactants and products.
Na atoms
Na atoms
products:
reactants:
Identify the number of N atoms in the reactants and products.
N atoms
products:
N atoms
reactants:
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Automobile airbags inflate due to the formation of nitrogen gas from the chemical reaction 2 NaN, (s) 3 N2(g) +2 Na(s) Identify the number of each atom in the reactants and products for this balanced reaction. Identify the number of Na atoms in the reactants and products. Na atoms Na atoms products: reactants: Identify the number of N atoms in the reactants and products. N atoms products: N atoms reactants: help contact us terms of use privacy policy about us careers e a 9

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The given chemical reaction is represented as follows:

2NAN, (s)3N, (g)+2Na(s)
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2NAN, (s)3N, (g)+2Na(s)

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In a balanced chemical reaction, the stoichiometry of the compound or element tells about the number of atoms taking part in a chemical reaction.

Step 3

In the given chemical reaction 2 molecules of NaN3 are decomposed to form 3 molecule of nitrogen gas and 2 sodium atoms.

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