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a factory wanted to use 14kg of nitrogen gas to produce ammonia. calculate the theoretical yield of ammonia in this reaction

im given the atomic masses and the equation for ammonia, nothing else
the working out is done on the back i just want to know where i can find this topic specifically? when i type theoretical yield it only shows when i am aware of both masses
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Original post by imhomo2017
a factory wanted to use 14kg of nitrogen gas to produce ammonia. calculate the theoretical yield of ammonia in this reaction
im given the atomic masses and the equation for ammonia, nothing else
the working out is done on the back i just want to know where i can find this topic specifically? when i type theoretical yield it only shows when i am aware of both masses

Can you balance the equation?

If you have an infinite amount of H2, can you make as much ammonia as you like? Or does it depend only on...
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Hi, try here https://www.science-revision.co.uk/moles%20and%20equations.html it shows you how to do these mole calculations. If you have the balanced equation, a periodic table and you know that the hydrogen is in excess then you should be able to work it out. The only problem I can see is that the Haber process is a reversible reaction so the reaction will not go to completion!

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