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ISBN: 9781259327933

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CHEMISTRY: ATOMS FIRST VOL 1 W/CON...

14th Edition
Burdge
ISBN: 9781259327933

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Based on mass percentage the richest source of nitrogen has to be identified from the given fertilizers.

Concept introduction: The mass percentage of each elements present in a compound is known as the percent composition by mass of the compound.

Percentbymassofanelement=n×atomicmassofelementmolecularorformulamassofcompound×100%n-Thenumberofelements presentinamoleculeorformulaunitofthecompound

To determine: The percentage mass of nitrogen in urea.

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Based on mass percentage the richest source of nitrogen has to be identified from the given fertilizers.

Concept introduction: The mass percentage of each elements present in a compound is known as the percent composition by mass of the compound.

Percentbymassofanelement=n×atomicmassofelementmolecularorformulamassofcompound×100%n-Thenumberofelements presentinamoleculeorformulaunitofthecompound

To determine: The percentage mass of nitrogen in ammonium nitrate.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Based on mass percentage the richest source of nitrogen has to be identified from the given fertilizers.

Concept introduction: The mass percentage of each elements present in a compound is known as the percent composition by mass of the compound.

Percentbymassofanelement=n×atomicmassofelementmolecularorformulamassofcompound×100%n-Thenumberofelements presentinamoleculeorformulaunitofthecompound

To determine: The percentage mass of nitrogen in urea.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: Based on mass percentage the richest source of nitrogen has to be identified from the given fertilizers.

Concept introduction: The mass percentage of each elements present in a compound is known as the percent composition by mass of the compound.

Percentbymassofanelement=n×atomicmassofelementmolecularorformulamassofcompound×100%n-Thenumberofelements presentinamoleculeorformulaunitofthecompound

To determine: The percentage mass of nitrogen in ammonium nitrate.

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