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Gaseous ammonia chemically reacts with oxygen (O2) has to produce nitrogen monoxide gas and water vapor. Calculate the moles of nitrogen monoxide produced by the reaction of 0.080 mil of oxygen. 

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The balanced reaction between ammonia gas and oxygen is shown below: 4NH, (g)+50, (g)-4NO(g) + 6H,0(g) In the above stated reaction 5 mol of oxygen gas reacts with 4 mol of ammonia gas to produce 4 mol of nitrogen monoxide and 6 mol of water vapor.

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