﻿ 0.2 g of an organic compound was analysed by Kjeldahl’s method. Ammonia evolved was absorbed in 60 ml N/5 H2SO4. Unused acid required 40 ml of N/10 NaOH for complete neutralisation. Find the percentage of nitrogen in the compound. : Kaysons Education

# 0.2 G Of An Organic Compound Was analysed by Kjeldahl’s method. Ammonia Evolved Was Absorbed In 60 Ml N/5 H2SO4. Unused Acid Required 40 Ml Of N/10 NaOH for Complete neutralisation. Find The Percentage Of Nitrogen In The Compound.

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Correct option is

56%

Mass of organic compound = 0.2 g

Unused acid required

Acid used for absorption of ammonia

Percentage of nitrogen

= 56%.

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