HNO3 oxidizes NH4+ ions to nitrogen and itself gets reduced to NO2. The moles of HNO3 required by 1 mole of NH42SO4 is

HNO3 oxidizes NH4+ ions to nitrogen and itself gets reduced to NO2. The moles of HNO3 required by 1 mole of NH42SO4 is

  1. A

    4

  2. B

    5

  3. C

    6

  4. D

    2

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    Solution:

    HN+5O3 + N-3H4+   N02 + N+4O2 Meq. of HNO3 = Meq. of NH4+ moles×n-factor = moles×n-factor        moles×1     =  1×3 moles of HNO3 required by 1 mole of NH4+ = 3 moles of HNO3 required by 1mole of (NH4)2SO4 = 6

     

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