How many moles of lead (II) hydroxide will be produced from 3.0 moles of lithium hydroxide assuming there is an excess of lead (II) sulfate?
Zero moles of lead (II) hydroxide will be produced by this reaction because no reaction takes place.
Lead (II) sulfate, or
Lithium hydroxide, or
This being said, I will show you how to figure out the number of moles produced assuming that a reaction would take place.
So, every time you're asked to figure out how many moles (or grams, for that matter) of something are produced from something else, your tool of choice is the mole ratio.
Start with the balanced chemical equation
Notice that you have a
The coefficients each species has in the balanced chemical equation will tell you the proportions in which they are found for a particular reaction.