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Topic Title: WRONG Sample mass given for Potassium Carbonate reactions
Topic Summary: wrong sample mass given in calculations containing potassium carbonate
Created On: 9/30/2010 11:27 AM
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Answer This question was answered by suman, on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 9:16 AM

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Originally posted by: Uisgdlyast
Does this happen to anyone else? My reactions which contain potassium carbonate as a reactant give me the wrong sample mass.

Can people try this out on their version and see if its true? I used the quick add feature to add potassium carbonate.


thanks,
-Mike


Mike,
I usually write it without using quick add tool; K2CO3 is well taken care of when written as it is in a reaction.
S.
 9/30/2010 11:27 AM
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Uisgdlyast

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Does this happen to anyone else? My reactions which contain potassium carbonate as a reactant give me the wrong sample mass.

Can people try this out on their version and see if its true? I used the quick add feature to add potassium carbonate.


thanks,
-Mike
 10/4/2010 7:38 AM
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CS Kumar

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Dear Mike,

Let me know in detail the steps you performed for the reaction and the version of your E-Notebook.
Is this the case with any potassium carbonate as a reactant in any reaction or only with a particular reaction?


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- CS Support
 10/12/2010 9:11 PM
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suman

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Answer Answer
Originally posted by: Uisgdlyast
Does this happen to anyone else? My reactions which contain potassium carbonate as a reactant give me the wrong sample mass.

Can people try this out on their version and see if its true? I used the quick add feature to add potassium carbonate.


thanks,
-Mike


Mike,
I usually write it without using quick add tool; K2CO3 is well taken care of when written as it is in a reaction.
S.

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