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In an experiment, 2 g of Nitrogen gas reacts with 6 g of Hydrogen to form 8 g of Ammonia. Then when 2 g of Nitrogen reacts with 12 g of Hydrogen, what mass of Ammonia will be produced?


A

14 gm

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B

10 gm

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C

8 gm

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D

7 gm

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Solution

The correct option is C

8 gm


According to the law of constant proportions:

Since, Nitrogen and Hydrogen combine in the fixed proportion of 2:6 by mass to produce 8 g of Ammonia, therefore in second case also, 2g of Nitrogen will combine with 6g of Hydrogen (2:6 mass ratio) and not 12g. Hence, the same mass of Ammonia will be produced.


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