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Solution: Hydrogen cyanide, HCN, is a poisonous gas. The lethal dose is approximately 310 mg mg HCN per kilogram of air when inhaled.Calculate the amount of HCN that gives the lethal dose in a small laboratory room measuring 13 ft 16 ft 8.0g/cm3. The density of air at 26^circ m C is 0.00118 m g/cm^3.

Problem

Hydrogen cyanide, HCN, is a poisonous gas. The lethal dose is approximately 310 mg mg HCN per kilogram of air when inhaled.

Calculate the amount of HCN that gives the lethal dose in a small laboratory room measuring 13 ft 16 ft 8.0g/cm3.
The density of air at 26 is 0.00118.