Problem: At 477 K and 645 mmHg, what volume of N2 will react completely with 29.2 L H2 to produce NH3?A) 24.4 LB) 12.2 LC) 7.40 LD) 9.7 L

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We are asked to determine the volume of N2 that will react with 29.2 L H2 to produce NH3.

The balanced reaction involved is: N2 + 3 H2 → 2 NH3

We are going to use the ideal gas equation for this purpose.

PV=nRT

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At 477 K and 645 mmHg, what volume of N2 will react completely with 29.2 L H2 to produce NH3?

A) 24.4 L

B) 12.2 L

C) 7.40 L

D) 9.7 L

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