Problem: Ammonia, NH3, reacts with hypochlorite ion, OCI -, to produce hydrazine N2H4. How many moles of hydrazine are produced from 5.85 mol of ammonia if the reaction has a 78.2% yield?2 NH3 + OCl- → N2H4 + Cl- + H2Oa) 2.29 molb) 2.92 molc) 4.57 mold) 9.15 mol

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Ammonia, NH3, reacts with hypochlorite ion, OCI -, to produce hydrazine N2H4. How many moles of hydrazine are produced from 5.85 mol of ammonia if the reaction has a 78.2% yield?

2 NH3 + OCl- → N2H4 + Cl- + H2O

a) 2.29 mol

b) 2.92 mol

c) 4.57 mol

d) 9.15 mol

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