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Nitrogen and hydrogen combine at a high temperature, in the presence of a catalyst, to produce ammonia.N2(g)+3H2(g)⟶2NH3(g)Assume 0.250 mol N2 and 0.786 mol H2 are present initially.After complete reaction, how many moles of ammonia are produced? NH3: _____ mol How many moles of H2 remain? H2: ______ mol How many moles of N2 remain? N2: ________ mol What is the limiting reactant... Hydrogen or Nitrogen?

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Nitrogen and hydrogen combine at a high temperature, in the presence of a catalyst, to produce ammonia.

N2(g)+3H2(g)⟶2NH3(g)

Assume 0.250 mol N2 and 0.786 mol H2 are present initially.

After complete reaction, how many moles of ammonia are produced?
 
NH3: _____ mol
 
How many moles of H2 remain?
 
H2: ______ mol
 
How many moles of N2 remain?
 
N2: ________ mol
 
What is the limiting reactant... Hydrogen or Nitrogen?
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Step 1
given reclion is meubioned below
+ 3 2৯)
The initial moles NAnd H
as o250
2re
and o186 mole espectivy
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given reclion is meubioned below + 3 2৯) The initial moles NAnd H as o250 2re and o186 mole espectivy

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Step 2
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Yeacte w Mds
N2
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Therore
O.750 moL H2 Heuce hc
is N and tue naole
Nteact witu 3Xo 250
e, o2s0 mole
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Product oul be
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Acconig Yeacte w Mds N2 to the reaction condibon, L mole Therore O.750 moL H2 Heuce hc is N and tue naole Nteact witu 3Xo 250 e, o2s0 mole Liiting reaged omed Product oul be ccerdin acco to it

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Step 3
The amount o Nis cakalated as
allone
2 moles oNH
mole N
2x0.20 moas NH
0.S0 moles NH
O. 250 wole
the moles t ammonia produeed
Therefore
-2
as o.o moL
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The amount o Nis cakalated as allone 2 moles oNH mole N 2x0.20 moas NH 0.S0 moles NH O. 250 wole the moles t ammonia produeed Therefore -2 as o.o moL

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