Review 56 - Review Chapter 5 and 6 CHM1025 1 Nitric...

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Chapter 5 and 6 Review Review Chapter 5 and 6 CHM1025 1. Nitric oxide (nitrogen monoxide) can be synthesized by burning ammonia in oxygen with a platinum catalyst (catalysts are not part of the products or reactants, i.e. they are not consumed in the chemical reaction). The products are nitric oxide and water. If 0.120 mol of ammonia and 0.140 mol of oxygen are reacted, which is the limiting reactant? How many grams of nitric oxide are obtained? 2. If 4.15 g of titanium(IV) oxide, 6.78 g chlorine, and 5.67 g of carbon are reacted and 8.45 g of titanium(IV) chloride are collected, what is the percent yield of the product? 3TiO 2 (s) + 4C(s) + 6Cl 2 (g) Æ 3TiCl 4 (g) + 2CO 2 (g) + 2CO(g) 3. Yellow tungsten(VI) oxide is reacted with hydrogen to yield tungsten metal and water. How many grams of tungsten can be synthesized from 4.81 kg of hydrogen and excess tungsten(VI) oxide? 4. In the Andrussov Oxidation process, hydrogen cyanide is synthesized by reacting gaseous ammonia, oxygen, and methane (CH
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