Problem: Directions: You must solve each of the following problems using dimensional analysis. EVERY number in you work should be followed by a unit and a formula. 4.  For this reaction: 6 PbO + O2 → 2 Pb3O4a. How many moles of Pb3O4 are produced from 1.25 moles of oxygen? b. How many moles of oxygen must react with 8.75 moles of lead(II) oxide?

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Directions: You must solve each of the following problems using dimensional analysis. EVERY number in you work should be followed by a unit and a formula. 


4.  For this reaction: 6 PbO + O2 → 2 Pb3O4

a. How many moles of Pb3O4 are produced from 1.25 moles of oxygen? 

b. How many moles of oxygen must react with 8.75 moles of lead(II) oxide?

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