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Ammonia is produced by the reaction of nitrogen and hydrogen according to the equation
 
N2(g) + 3H2(g) →2NH3(g)
 
Calculate the mass of ammonia produced when 27.0 g of nitrogen react with 15.5 g of hydrogen.

Which is the excess reactant and how much of it will be left over when the reaction is complete?

  
hydrogen
  
nitrogen

 

 

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