Problem: 2.0 g of hydrogen reacts with enough nitrogen to make 11.4 g of ammonia, how much nitrogen was used in this reaction? (i) 13.4 g (ii) 9.4 g (iii) 11.4 g (iv) 2.0 g

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2.0 g of hydrogen reacts with enough nitrogen to make 11.4 g of ammonia, how much nitrogen was used in this reaction? 

(i) 13.4 g 

(ii) 9.4 g 

(iii) 11.4 g 

(iv) 2.0 g

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