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The balanced equation means which of the following?

One gram of nitrogen reacts with three grams of hydrogen to form two grams of ammonia

One mole of nitrogen reacts with three moles of hydrogen to form two moles of ammonia

The equation means both a and b

The equation means neither a nor b

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