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During an experiment with the Haber process, a researcher put 1 mol N2 and 1 mol H2 into a reaction vessel to observe the equilibrium formation of ammonia, NH3. N2 + 3H2 are decomposed into 2NH3. When these reactants come to equilibrium, assume that x mol H2 react. How many moles of ammonia form?? How to do this question??? I dont understand..
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Feels like the question is missing some information. Does it say how many moles of H2 reacted or just x moles?
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just x moles..
The ans is 2x/3
but i dont know how to get this answer..
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Feels like the question is missing some information. Does it say how many moles of H2 reacted or just x moles?
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do you still need help with this question? I understand how to answer it, it would just be quite a lot to type on here, but willing to answer if you still need help.
(Original post by JIA YIH)
just x moles..
The ans is 2x/3
but i dont know how to get this answer..
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