Kitty C.

asked • 06/15/21

4NH3 + 5O2 = 4NO + 6H2O How many moles of NO are produced if 6.96 grams of NH3 react with an excess amount of oxygen?

Grateful for any help! If you could explain the work that'd be helpful as well!

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Anthony T. answered • 06/15/21

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Kitty C.

Thanks for your help so much! This way definitely gets the answer easier than I was previously taught!
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06/15/21

Anthony T.

This was they way I was taught years ago. The modern approach emphasizes gram to mole, mole to gram, and mole to mole conversions. If you compare the two approaches, they are really the same thing except what I showed you does it in fewer steps.
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Jacob N. answered • 06/15/21

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Kitty C.

Thank you so much! I was unsure of why they were the same at first
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Jacob N.

You are welcome.
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