The mass of lithium nitride should be determined which is formed from nitrogen gas (56.0 g) and lithium (56.0 g) on the basis of the given reaction. Li(s)+N 2 (g) → Li 3 N(s) . Concept Introduction: The study in which the amount of materials i.e. reactant or products are consumed or produced is known stoichiometry. The balanced chemical equation is defined as the equation in which number of different atoms of elements on reactant side is similar to that of product side.

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Chapter 9.5, Problem 9.6SC
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

The mass of lithium nitride should be determined which is formed from nitrogen gas (56.0 g) and lithium (56.0 g) on the basis of the given reaction.

Li(s)+N2(g)Li3N(s).

Concept Introduction:

The study in which the amount of materials i.e. reactant or products are consumed or produced is known stoichiometry.

The balanced chemical equation is defined as the equation in which number of different atoms of elements on reactant side is similar to that of product side.

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