# Problem: If the reaction of 1.00 mole NH3 (g) and 1.00 mole O2 (g)4 NH3 (g) + 5 O2 (g) → 4 NO(g) + 6 H2 O(l)is carried out to completion,1. all of the O2 is consumed and 1.5 mol of NO(g) is produced.2. all of the O2 is consumed and 4.0 mol of NO(g) is produced.3. all of the O2 is consumed and 1.5 mol of H2 O is produced.4. all of the NH3 is consumed.5. 1.5 mol of H2 O is produced.6. None of the other answers is correct.7. all of the NH3 is consumed and 4.0 mol of NO(g) is produced.8. all of the NH3 is consumed and 1.5 mol of H2 O is produced.9. 4.0 mol of NO(g) is produced and 1.5 mol of H2O is produced.10. all of the O2 is consumed.

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If the reaction of 1.00 mole NH(g) and 1.00 mole O(g)

4 NH(g) + 5 O(g) → 4 NO(g) + 6 HO(l)

is carried out to completion,

1. all of the O2 is consumed and 1.5 mol of NO(g) is produced.

2. all of the O2 is consumed and 4.0 mol of NO(g) is produced.

3. all of the O2 is consumed and 1.5 mol of HO is produced.

4. all of the NH3 is consumed.

5. 1.5 mol of HO is produced.

6. None of the other answers is correct.

7. all of the NH3 is consumed and 4.0 mol of NO(g) is produced.

8. all of the NH3 is consumed and 1.5 mol of HO is produced.

9. 4.0 mol of NO(g) is produced and 1.5 mol of H2O is produced.

10. all of the O2 is consumed.

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