Problem: How many moles of NH 3 are needed to react completely with 30.0 mol of F 2? 2 NH3 + 5 F2 → N2F4 + 6 HF (A) 2 mol (B) 12 mol (C) 5 mol (D) 30 mol (E) 75 mol

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How many moles of NH 3 are needed to react completely with 30.0 mol of F 2?

2 NH3 + 5 F2 → N2F4 + 6 HF

(A) 2 mol

(B) 12 mol

(C) 5 mol

(D) 30 mol

(E) 75 mol

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