A chemical company receives an order to supply 1.96x10^10dm3 of ammonia at room temperature and pressure. The Haber process produces a 95.0% yield. Calculate the mass of hydrogen, in tonnes, required to produce the ammonia. Give your answer to 3 significant figures.
Hi, so I have gotten as far as working out the moles of NH3 to be 816666666.7mol and I think the mol ratio of hydrogen to ammonia is 3:2 so I have the moles of H2 as 1225000000mol, not sure if it's right, but also not sure where to go from here, please help me, thank you!