N2 + 3H2 =2NH3 How many molecules of H2 are represented in the reaction? How many nitrogen atoms are represented in the reactants? How many moles of NH3
are formed?

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  1. 2 mols NH3 formed.
    1 mol N2 and 3 mols H2 are represented. That is 6.02E23 molecules of N2 and 3*6.02E23 molecules of H2.

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