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3 June, 08:20

How many moles of NH3 DOES it take to make 8.0 moles of H2O according to the reaction shown, 4NH3 + 5O2 yields 4NO + 6H2O A) 8.0 mol B) 3.5 mol C) 12.0 mol D) 5.3 mol

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  1. 3 June, 08:32
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    The answer is 5.3 because when looking at the moles produced from the coefficient from the balanced equation all you have to do is make the 6 on the left equal 8. IN order to do that you multiply by 1 and 1/3, then do that to the number 4 to get 5.3
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