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How many grams of H20 are produced when 140 grams of NH3 reacts by the following?
4NH3+6NO--->5N2+6H20

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calculte the moles of NH3 in 140 grams.
Then, the moles of water is 6/4 of that.
Then, grams of water is that number of moles*18

140/17*6/4*18 check me.

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