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28 g of nitrogen reacts with 6 gram of hydrogen completely as per the given equation to form ammonia . how much will be the mass of ammonia formed?



Jul 16, 2013 - The balanced equation for the reaction is: 3H2 (g) + N2 (g) -> 2NH3 ... 3mol H2 react with 1 mol N2 to produce 2 mol NH3 ... Mass of 8 mol NH3 = 8*17 = 136g NH3 produced. ... 6g of hydrogen will react with 28g of nitrogen to give 34g ofammonia. But, you were given 48g of hydrogen and 112g of nitrogen.

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