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Question 19 of 29 The Ostwald process is used commercially to produce nitric acid, which is, in turn, used in many modern chemical processes. In the first step of the Ostwald process, ammonia is reacted with oxygen gas to produce nitric oxide and water. What is the maximum mass of H,O that can be produced by combining 79.6 g of each reactant? 4 NH, (g)502(g) 4 NO(g) + 6H,O(g) mass: g H2O help privacy policy contact us terms of use about us careers 1:07

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The Ostwald process is used commercially to produce nitric acid, which is, in turn, used in many modern chemical processes.
In the first step of the Ostwald process, ammonia is reacted with oxygen gas to produce nitric oxide and water.
What is the maximum mass of H,O that can be produced by combining 79.6 g of each reactant?
4 NH, (g)502(g)
4 NO(g) + 6H,O(g)
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Transcribed Image Text:Question 19 of 29 The Ostwald process is used commercially to produce nitric acid, which is, in turn, used in many modern chemical processes. In the first step of the Ostwald process, ammonia is reacted with oxygen gas to produce nitric oxide and water. What is the maximum mass of H,O that can be produced by combining 79.6 g of each reactant? 4 NH, (g)502(g) 4 NO(g) + 6H,O(g) mass: g H2O help privacy policy contact us terms of use about us careers 1:07
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