Complete and balance following equations
The representation of a chemical reaction in the form of symbols (substances) is known as a chemical equation. A chemical equation consists of reactants, products and an arrow showing the direction of the reaction. The equation in which the number of atoms of all the molecules is equal on both sides of the equation is known as the balanced chemical equation.
In order to balance this equation, we will follow these steps
There are 2 N on the left and only one on the right. A coefficient of 2 for NH3 will satisfy the mass requirements
There are 6 H on the right and only one on the right. A coefficient of 3 for H will satisfy the mass requirements
|H||2 x 3=6||6|
is the balanced chemical equation.