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Dinitrogen pentoxide can be produced by the reaction between nitrogen and oxygen. If 3.20 moles of oxygen and 2.80 moles of nitrogen are reacted, how...

Dinitrogen pentoxide can be produced by the reaction between nitrogen and oxygen. If 3.20 moles of oxygen and 2.80 moles of nitrogen are reacted, how many moles of dinitrogen pentoxide are produced?

A mass of 2.0 mol of H2 gas reacts with 2.00 mol of 02 gas. If 30.0 g of H2) id collected, what is the percent yield of the reaction?

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The stoichiometric equation:
2 N2 + 5 O2 ------------- 2 N2O5
It is evident from the stoichiometric equation that 2 moles of N2 can react with 5 moles of O2.
So, 2.80 moles of N2 can react...

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