Problem: Hydrogen gas, H2, reacts with nitrogen gas, N2, to form ammonia gas, NH 3, according to the equation3H2 (g) + N2 (g) → 2NH3 (g)How many molecules (not moles) of  NH3 are produced from 3.76×10−4 g of H2?

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Hydrogen gas, H2, reacts with nitrogen gas, N2, to form ammonia gas, NH 3, according to the equation

3H2 (g) + N(g) → 2NH(g)

How many molecules (not moles) of  NH3 are produced from 3.76×10−4 g of H2?

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