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    Could someone explain why the ratio of hydrogen to nitrogen mixed is 3:1 and the relevance to the reaction in the Haber process I'm getting a bit confused!!
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    (Original post by Elena.11)
    Could someone explain why the ratio of hydrogen to nitrogen mixed is 3:1 and the relevance to the reaction in the Haber process I'm getting a bit confused!!
    It is due to the balanced equation being


    N2 + 3H2 ⇌ 2NH3
 
 
 
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