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Problem: NH3 + O2 → NO + H2O   (Unbalanced)If at the beginning of the reaction you used 6.89 g NH3 and 15.76 g O2, what is the theoretical yield (in grams) of NO (you will need to find the limiting reagent and then the theoretical yield of NO from this reagent)?

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NH3 + O2 → NO + H2O   (Unbalanced)

If at the beginning of the reaction you used 6.89 g NH3 and 15.76 g O2, what is the theoretical yield (in grams) of NO (you will need to find the limiting reagent and then the theoretical yield of NO from this reagent)?

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