Column 6: Calculate the number of moles of NaHCO3 that
reacted in each beaker. (The molar ratio between evolved CO2 and
the bicarbonate, HCO3-, is 1:1)
Note: I used 3g of Alka Seltzer, Mass of Co2 evolved was 0.682g, moles of CO2 evolved was 0.0155g/moles
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According to the balanced chemical equation, it takes one mole of NaHCO3 to produce one mole of CO2.
mass of NaHCO3 reacted =
(mass of CO2 generated / M.W. of CO2) × M.W. of NaHCO3
moles of NaHCO3=mass/M.W.=1.302/84=0.0155moles
1.302g would be the mass of alka seltzer consumed what would be the moles of alka seltzer consumed? The other answer was needed as well so thank you
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