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Ammonia reacts with hypobromite, OBr, by the reaction 2NH3 3OBr n N2 3Br 3H2O. What is

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Problem 1-44

Ammonia reacts with hypobromite, OBr, by the reaction 2NH3 3OBr n N2 3Br 3H2O. What is the molarity of a hypobromite solution if 1.00 mL of the OBr solution reacts with 1.69 mg of NH3? 1-

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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
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