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How many {\rm NO}_{2} molecules would form as products if the reaction had a percent yield of 75\%?

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    6 Mols of NO_2
    This is due to there being 8 mols in the theoritical yeild and using the % yeild formula.

    Sorry I'm not too sure how to explain how I did this.

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