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For 50.0L of N2(g) at 200.0 psi and 22.0 *C is combined with 100.0L of hydrogen gas at 240.0 psi at 22.0 *C. N2(g) + 3H2(g) --> 2NH3 a. what is the limiting reagent? Support your answer by calculating the number of moles of ammonia produced from each starting material. b. what is the theoretical yield (grams) of ammonia for the above amount of starting materials?

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  1. dondondon
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    N2

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    N2?

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    ya, limiting reactant is defined as the substance of less amount. N2 is the smallest amount of substance you can verify my answer

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    how you found it to be the smalles if the ratio its 1:3 to H2?

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    smallest*

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    ya, 1 is ratio of oxygen and according to your ratio 1 is the smallest ratio which is O2

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