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Respected Teachers,
I need the correct choice to choose on the below question. Thank you.
Nitrogen and Hydrogen combine together to form ammonia.
N2+3H2 ® 2NH3 (Relative atomic masses N=14, H=1). The mass of Nitrogen and
Hydrogen which combine together to form 6.8g ammonia are :
(a) N2=2.8g, H2=4.0g (b) N2=5.6g, H2=1.2g
(c) N2=4.0g, H2=2.8g (d) N2=1.2g, H2=5.6g

Asked by Sathiya 25th January 2016, 6:11 PM
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Answered by Expert 25th January 2016, 6:43 PM
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