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Grade: 11
        


how many litres of ammonia could be prepared from a mixture of 19 litres of nitrogen and 34.7 litres of hydrogen assuming complete conversion and with identical conditions of temperature and pressure?


7 years ago

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anurag bhattacharjee
39 Points
							Although i am not very sure,still i had tried my level best to solve this problem.
Considering,the balanced equation for the formation of Ammonia from hydrogen and oxygen,the  answer should be around 23 L of Ammonia at N.T.P. As per the question hydrogen(monoatomic)
is the limiting reagent and Nitrogen(monoatomic) is the excess reagent.So,complete utilisation of nitrogen is not possible.But,in the main reaction we will consider moles of diatomic hydrogen and oxygen in particular amount to form ammonia.


Reference- R.c mukerjee(mole concept) 1st chapter,ncert class 11 textbook 

						
7 years ago
Ayushi Agrawal
32 Points
							

thanxx....for trying it.......i think u r rite...

actually

i got this ques....under the topic gaseous states and got confused...

thanx for answering

7 years ago
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