# Given the chemical equation #"N"_2("g") + "3H"_2("g")"##rarr##"2NH"_3("g")"#, how many moles of #"NH"_3"# can be produced if #"10. mol H"_2"# reacts completely with nitrogen?

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You will get 6.7 mol of NH₃.

The chemical equation is N₂ + 3H₂ → 2NH₃.

This tells you that 3 mol of H₂ give 2 mol of NH₃. So,

Start with the balanced equation, which you have.

From the balanced equation, we can see that the mole ratio of

**Two Mole Ratio Conversion Factors**

We want to know how many moles of ammonia can be produced from 10. moles of hydrogen. We need to multiply 10. moles