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what volume of ammonia gas will be produced when 1.26L of nitrogen react completely in the following equation?
N2 + 3H2 > 2NH3

Please if someone can just give me the order of operation it will be much appreciated because chemistry is just not my forte.

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Just use the coefficients to tell you.
1.26 L N2 x (2 mol NH3/1 mol N2) = 1.26 x (2/1) = ?L NH3

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From the equation,1L of N2 produced 2L of NH3.1.26L of N2 will produce 1.26X2/1=2.52L of NH3(Ammonia).

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