Can you calculate the percent by mass of sulfur in each?
Can you please show me step by step on how to get these answers? Na2SO4, sodium sulfate Al2S3, aluminum sulfide SO3, sulfur trioxide C2H6SO, dimethylsulfoxide, topical anti-inflammatory C10H10N4O2S, sulfadiazine, antibacterial
Asked by Belle Demmel 1 year ago.
I won't do each of them but I will show you how to do one and you can do the rest. It's really easy. 1. calculate the total mass of the compound. 2. Calculate the amount of sulfur in the compound. 3. Use the following equation to calculate percent by mass. (Mass Sulfer)/(Mass Compound) X 100 For the first compound: 1. Mass compound = 2*(MW Na) + (MW S) + 4*(MW O) = 142.04 2. Mass Sulfur = 1*(MW S) since theres only one sulfer in the compound. = 32.06 3. Therefore % Sulfer is: (32.06)/(142.004) X 100 = 22.58% sulfur. I hope that helps Answered by Dessie Nabours 1 year ago.
Mass Of Sulfur Trioxide Answered by Felicidad Leveque 1 year ago.
exceptionally basic to do. Calculate how plenty that total molecule weighs. Then calculate how plenty each of them one after the different weighs and divide the guy by making use of the finished, then multiply x a hundred to get your share. keep in mind that S and O are interior the parenthesis for 2, so which you have 2 Sulfurs and eight Oxygens interior the molecule (multiply the mass by making use of that then divide by making use of the finished). i could do this even though it extremely is extremely previous due and that i've got not got a periodic table interior attain, yet that could get you thru. wish this helps. Answered by Elinor Adil 1 year ago.
read google - molarity Answered by Pete Guo 1 year ago.
Name 10 metals used in medicines.?
Please let me know the names of 10 metals which are used in making medicines and if possible please also tell me the names of the respective medicines in which they are used.
Asked by Charis Colton 1 year ago.
lithium--its carbonate is used for bipolar disorder; sodium--its bicarbonate is a common antacid; magnesium--its salicylate is an antiseptic; potassium--critical for nerve function; its chloride is given as a supplement; calcium--needed for bones and nerve function; its carbonate is a common supplement; iron--critical for blood forming; its chloride is used as a supplement; zinc--its gluconate is useful in reducing the symptoms of the common cold; strontium--certain of its radioisotopes are used in cancer therapy; silver--its sulfadiazine has been used as an antibiotic; bismuth--its subsalicylate (seen as Pepto-Bismol, e.g.) is used to treat upset stomach Answered by Otelia Thurm 1 year ago.
Make Reactions, Organic and Medical Substances (18 problems)?
Yep. A Chemistry Lab Practice. And all goes blind since I have never encountered those kinds of substances -_-
Asked by Emmaline Achord 1 year ago.
Make the reactions for: a. Aromatic Primary Amine + p-DAB HCl b. Alcohol + Diazo A c. Alcohol + Diazo B d. Ketone (Fructose) + [KOH boiled + I2] e. Ketone (Fructose) + Na Nitropruside f. Ketone (Fructose) + Benedict's reagent g. Ethyl Ethanoate + H2O h. Tetracyclin HCl + H2SO4 i. Tetracyclin HCl + FeCl3 j. Ampicillin, oxydated k. Luminal Natrium (Luminal Sodium) + Cobalt Nitrate l. Codein HCl + [H2SO4 + Formaldehyde] m. Isoniazide (INH) + p-DAB HCl n. Antalgin (Naproxen) + FeCl3 o. Caffeine + [KClO3 + HCl, burn to dehydrate, cool it down and add NH3] p. Ephedrin HCl + [NaOH + CuSO4] q. Sulfadiazine + p-DAB HCl r. Sulfadiazine + [Dip a piece of wood in HCl, let it dry, and then dip the wood into Sulfadiazine] Answered by Dierdre Vandercook 1 year ago.
This looks like a practical exercise. What do you want? Answered by Kym Aldas 1 year ago.