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To convert the number of moles of H20 to moles of NH3?

1. H=2(1.008)= 2.01
2. 0=1(16.0) = 16.0
Total = 18.01 =# of moles of H20????
then what do I do
Am I doing it right so far?
thank you!

  • Chemistry -

    I don't know what you're trying to do but you don't have enough information for me to help.
    1. Write the equation and balance it.
    2. Using the coefficients (I'll call them a1 and a2, convert H2O to NH3.
    a1*molar mass NH3/a2*molar mass H2O
    That will work IF I understand what this is about.

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