# Lithium nitride reacts with water to produce ammonia and lithium hydroxide according to the equationLi3 N(s)3 H2 O()NH3 (g)3 LiOH(aq)Heavy water is water with the isotope deuterium in place of ordinary hydrogen, and its formula is D,O. The same reaction canbe used to produce heavy ammonia, ND, (g), according to the equationLi3 N(s)+3 D20()-ND, (g)3 LiOD(aq)Calculate how many grams of heavy water are required to produce 125.0 mg ND3 (g)The mass of deuterium, D, is 2.014 g/molg D20mass:

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55 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseLithium nitride reacts with water to produce ammonia and lithium hydroxide according to the equation Li3 N(s)3 H2 O() NH3 (g)3 LiOH(aq) Heavy water is water with the isotope deuterium in place of ordinary hydrogen, and its formula is D,O. The same reaction can be used to produce heavy ammonia, ND, (g), according to the equation Li3 N(s)+3 D20()-ND, (g)3 LiOD(aq) Calculate how many grams of heavy water are required to produce 125.0 mg ND3 (g) The mass of deuterium, D, is 2.014 g/mol g D20 mass: fullscreen
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