Answer to Question #201905 in General Chemistry for Maylin

Question #201905

Nitric acid is formed by the reaction of nitrogen dioxide with water: 3NO₂(𝑔) + H₂O(ℓ) → NO(𝑔) + 2HNO₃(𝑎𝑞) How many grams of nitrogen monoxide, NO, are produced when 180.2 g of H₂O react with nitrogen dioxide?


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Expert's answer
2021-06-02T06:31:18-0400

First we must calculate the amount (in moles) of water:



Now, the amount (in moles) of nitrogen monoxide would be the same as that of water reacted:



Finally, we can calculate the mass of the nitrogen monoxide formed:



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