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Based on the balanced equation,

10Li + N2F4 → 4LiF + 2Li3N

calculate the formula units of LiF formed when 54 molecules of N2F4 are reacted.

since one mole of N2F4 yields 4LiF, then 54N2F4 yields 216LiF, am i correct

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