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Consider a random mixture containing 4.00 g of Na2CO3 (density 2.532 g/mL)

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Consider a random mixture containing 4.00 g of Na2CO3;(density 2.532 g/mL) and 96.00 g of K2CO3 (density 2.428 g/mL);with a uniform spherical particle radius of 0.075 mm.;(a) Calculate the mass of a single particle of Na2CO3 and the number;of particles of Na2CO3 in the mixture. Do the same for K2CO3.;(b) What is the expected number of particles in 0.100 g of the mixture?;(c) Calculate the relative sampling standard deviation in the number;of particles of each type in a 0.100-g sample of the mixture.;Additional Requirements;Level of Detail: Only answer needed

 

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