Answer to Question #222569 in Inorganic Chemistry for Habib ullah

Question #222569

Okay then tell me how many moles of carbon will react with 0.66666 moles of water to form 70.67 moles of ammonia... Quickly give me ans


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2021-08-03T11:15:01-0400

NH3 (aq) + H2O (l) → NH4OH (l)

Carbon does not participate in ammonia formation.

According to the equation, 1 mole of water H2O results in 1 mole of NH4OH.

According to the given data, water (1 mole of H2O) is the limiting reactant. Therefore, 0.66666 moles of water H2O will require 0.66666 moles of HN3 and form 0.66666 moles of NH4OH.


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