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If 225.O grams of NO react with excess NH3,how many grams of H2O are produced

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    The molecular formula is as followed:

    6NO + 4NH3 --->5N2 + 6H2O

    The ratio of moles of NO to H2O is 1 to 1.

    225.0g of NO/30.01 g of NO/mol= moles of NO

    Moles of NO=Moles of H20

    Moles of H2O *18.02g of H2O/mol= mass of H2O

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