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Given the reaction: 4NH3+5O2--->4NO+6H2O

When 1.20 moles of ammonia reacts, the total number of moles of products formed is: ?

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    ratio
    1.2:4::X:10

    or in fraction form

    1.2/4=x/10
    x=10*1.2/4=you do it

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    no idea..... thats why i came for help ....

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