nitrogen has a density of 1.17X10^-3g/cm^3

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if you have 2500cm^3 of nitrogen gas which of the following is the correct mass of nitrogen using significant figures

2.9g

14x10^6g

2.92g

2.2x10^6g

Sep 6th, 2015

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 density of nitrogen 1.17X10^-3g/cm^3

mass = density * volume

mass = 1.17X10^-3g/cm^3 *2500cm3 = 1.77 *25 *10^-3*100 = 29.25 *10^-1 g

= 2.925 g

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