# Chemistry

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what volume of ammonia gas will be produced when 8.01 L of hydrogen react completely in the following equation.

N2 + 3H2 > 2NH3

this stuff is so confusing because one little word seems to change the entire process for solving.

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See you other post; the one with 1.73L N2.
It shouldn't be confusing. All of these stoichiometry problems follow the same route.
1. Convert g or L to mols.
2. Use the equation to convert mols of what you have to mols of what you want.
3. Then convert back to the units you want; i.e., g or L.
Sometimes an extra step is inserted because something is different but they are fairly standard.

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