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N2 + 3H2 --> 2NH3

how many grams of ammonia is produced in the reaction?

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    It depends upon how much N2 and H2 are reacted.

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    If you have 0.230 moles of nitrogen, how much ammonia can be produced with an excess of hydrogen?

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