Problem: Dinitrogen oxide (or nitrous oxide), N2O, also known as laughing gas, is widely used as an anesthetic in dentistry.Part B. How many moles of the compound are in 35.2 g of N2O?

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For this problem, we have to find the number of moles of N2O in 35.2 g 

Molar mass N2O:

               2 N x   14.01 g/mol = 28.02 g/mol

               1 O x 16 g/mol = 16 g/mol
          ___________________________

              Molar mass N2O = 44.02 g/mol

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Dinitrogen oxide (or nitrous oxide), N2O, also known as laughing gas, is widely used as an anesthetic in dentistry.

Part B. How many moles of the compound are in 35.2 g of N2O?

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