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1. If someone could show me, explain, how to do this equation and what type of equation it is, I would be grateful.

2NH3 + H2SO4 ----------------> (NH4)2SO4

Calculate the maximum mass of ammonium sulphate that can be obtained from 100g of ammonia.
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3. (Original post by SteveCrain)
If someone could show me, explain, how to do this equation and what type of equation it is, I would be grateful.

2NH3 + H2SO4 ----------------> (NH4)2SO4

Calculate the maximum mass of ammonium sulphate that can be obtained from 100g of ammonia.
that is a neutralisation reaction between acid and base:

1. How many moles of ammonia is 100g?

2. note that two moles of ammonia produce one mole of ammonium sulphate

3. so divide your answer to 1. by 2 and you have the number of moles of ammonium sulphate

4. convert the answer to 3. into grams
4. So can you do it now?
5. Yes; gracias

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