Problem: Lead (II) oxide, PbO, reacts with ammonia, NH 3, as follows:3PbO + 2NH3 → 3Pb + N 2 + 3H2OHow many grams of Pb are formed when 0.105 g NH 3 react?

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Lead (II) oxide, PbO, reacts with ammonia, NH3, as follows:

3 PbO + 2 NH3 → 3 Pb + N2 + 3 H2O


Calculate mass of Pb from 0.105 g NH3:


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Lead (II) oxide, PbO, reacts with ammonia, NH 3, as follows:

3PbO + 2NH3 → 3Pb + N 2 + 3H2O

How many grams of Pb are formed when 0.105 g NH 3 react?

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