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1 kg of Nitrogen is mixed with 3.5 m3 of hydrogen at 300 K and 101.3 kPa and sent to ammonia converter. The product leaving the converted analyzed 13.7% ammonia, 70.32% hydrogen and 15.98% nitrogen.
(a) Identify the limiting reactant?
(b) What is the percent excess of the excess reactant?
(c) What is the percent conversion of the limiting reactant

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