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The explosion of nitroglycerin can be described by the

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Problem 143QP

Problem 143QP

The explosion of nitroglycerin can be described by the following equation:

What is the total volume of gases produced at 2.00 atm and 275°C from 1.00 g of nitroglycerin?

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ACIS 2116 Equations to Know for Exam #1:  Cost of goods sold (retailer) = beginning inventory + purchases – ending inventory  Cost of goods sold (manufacturer): o beginning raw materials inventory + purchases – ending raw materials inventory = amount that goes to WIP o Beginning WIP + requisitioned raw materials (amount that goes to WIP) + direct labor + manufacturing overhead applied – ending WIP = cost of goods manufactured o Cost of goods manufactured + beginning finished goods – ending inventory = cost of goods sold o Cost of goods available for sale = cost of goods manufactured + beginning inventory  Prime costs = direct materials + direct labor

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Textbook: An Introduction to Chemistry
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Author: Richard C. Bauer
ISBN: 9780073511078

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