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    It's about reacting masses
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    (Original post by exoexo13)
    It's about reacting masses
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    I'm stuck on the first part so I can't answer the second part
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    use n=m/mr 112000/14 to find out the moles of nitrogen = 8000 moles nitrogen
    mole ratios mean there will be twice as many moles of ammonia so 16,000 moles
    i think thats correct
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    oh of course its N2 not just N
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    (Original post by jsandrews98)
    oh of course its N2 not just N

    You got an exam tomorrow for chemistry?
    mine is edexcel igcse
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    (Original post by dontrevisefail)

    You got an exam tomorrow for chemistry?
    mine is edexcel igcse
    Yup...How did u find the biology one?
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