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How many moles of electron are transferred per mole of this reaction?

6Li + N2-> @Li3N

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    6Li + N2 ==> 2Li3N

    Li goes from 0 to +6 total for a loss of 6e for 6 moles Li.
    N goes from 0 to -3 for total of 6 electrons gained for each N.

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