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Ammonia is formed by reacting nitrogen and hydrogen gases. How many liters of ammonia gas is formed from 13.7 L of hydrogen gas at 93C and pressure of 40 kPa?

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    write the balance equation. Determine the moles of H2 (from PV=nRT). Use the coefficents of the balanced equation to determine how many moles of ammonia are made.

    I assume you are just starting chemistry, in reality, it is much more complicated that this, as that reaction does not proceed to completion, but rather is a function of equilibrium.

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    If you don't mind do you think you can work the whole thing for me? sorry im just not felling good and im hurting. And i have no clue how to do this stuff. Please?

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