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How many moles of nitrogen are required to produce 8.2 mol of ammonia on a reaction with an excess of hydrogen?

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4.1
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8.2
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2.4
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3.2
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Solution

The correct option is A 4.1
The balanced chemical equation is:
N2+3H22NH3
From stoichiometry,
2 mol of NH3 is produced from 1 mol of N2.
8.2 mol of NH3 will be produced from = 12×8.2 = 4.1 mol of N2

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