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# The total electric flux through a closed cylindrical (length = 1.2 m, diameter = 0.20 m) surface is equal to –5.0 N ⋅ m2/C. Determine the net charge within the cylinder. The net charge within the cylinder is (-44.25 pC)

Explanation:

Given that,

Total electric flux, Length of the cylinder, l = 1.2 m

Diameter of the cylinder, d = 0.2 m

We know that the Gauss's law of electrostatics gives the relation between electric flux and the net charge. It is given by : q is net charge within the cylinder So, the net charge within the cylinder is (-44.25 pC). Hence, this is the required solution. it is the second option. the grams     of oxygen gas   that can be produced     is 20.6   grams of o₂

calculation

2liclo₃ →   2 licl + 3 o₂

step 1:   find the moles of liclo₃

moles = mass÷ molar mass

from periodic table the molar mass of liclo₃ =6.9 +35.5   +(16 x3) =90.4 g/mol

moles=38.7 g÷90.4 g/mol=0.4281   moles

step 2:   use the   mole ratio   to calculate the moles of o2

from equation above, liclo₃: o₂   is 2: 3

therefore the moles of   o₂=0.4281 moles x3/2 =0.6422   moles

step 3: find mass   of o₂

mass= moles x molar mass

from periodic table the   molar mass of   o₂ = 16 x2= 32 g/mol

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