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In the equation N2 + H2 ---> NH3 i hav to find the limiting reagent by using EQUIVALENCE CONCEPT..! plz help (i m confused on how to find the gram equivalent of N2)

In the equation 


N2 + H2 ---> NH3


i hav to find the limiting reagent by using EQUIVALENCE CONCEPT..! plz help (i m confused on how to find the gram equivalent of N2) 

Grade:12th Pass

1 Answers

RAJORSHI PAUL
36 Points
10 years ago

N2 + 3H2 ----> 2NH3

N2 + 6e -------> 2N (-3)

So each molecule of N2 is involved in 6e transfer. so eq wt of N2 is (mol wt.)/6 = 28/6=14/3=4.67

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