Problem: The formation of ammonia can be written as N2(g) + 3 H2(g) → 2NH3(g)How much ammonia is produced if 14.0 g of N2(g) is reacted with excess hydrogen?A. 34.0 gB. 51.0 gC. 17.0 gD. 4.0 gE. 2.0 g

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Use stoichiometry to determine the amount of NH3 produced in 14 g N2 and excess amount of H2

  • In this matter, we need to calculate for the molar mass of NH3 and N2:

N2            2 N × 14.01 g/mol N = 28.02 g/mol

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The formation of ammonia can be written as 

N2(g) + 3 H2(g) → 2NH3(g)

How much ammonia is produced if 14.0 g of N2(g) is reacted with excess hydrogen?

A. 34.0 g

B. 51.0 g

C. 17.0 g

D. 4.0 g

E. 2.0 g

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