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Textbook Problem

How many kilograms of water are needed to obtain the 198.8 mol of deuterium, assuming that deuterium is 0.01500% (by number) of natural hydrogen?

To determine

How many kilograms of water are needed to obtain the 198.8 mol of deuterium, assuming that deuterium is 0.01500% (by number) of natural hydrogens?

Explanation

I mol of natural hydrogen contains =0.015100=1.5×104mol of deuterium.

We need 198.8 mol of deuterium, natural hydrogen mol required,

  =198.81.5×104=1.325×106mol of natural hydrogen

So, amount of water required =1

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