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Manganese(II) oxide, lead(IV) oxide, and nitric acid react to produce permanganic acid, lead(II) nitrate, and water according to the reaction above.

Manganese(II) oxide, lead(IV) oxide, and nitric acid react to produce permanganic acid, lead(II) nitrate, and water according to the reaction above. How many moles of each product could be produced by the reaction of 3.75 moles of nitric acid with excess manganese(II) oxide and excess lead(IV) oxide?

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