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What mass of lithium in grams is required to react completely with 57.9mL of N2 gas at STP?

6Li(s)+N2 (g)yields 2Li3N (s)

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    How many moles of N2 gas do you have. You need 6 times that number, to equal the number of moles of Lithium.

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