Grams of #N_2# reacts with 84.29 grams of #H_2# in the chemical equation: #N_2 + H_2-> NH_3# How do you balance the chemical equation and determine the limiting reactant? How much #NH_3# is produced?
The stoichiometric equation is:
Three equiv of hydrogen react with 1 equiv of nitrogen to give one equiv ammonia. Of course, I could double this reaction to remove the 1/2 coefficients, but the stoichiometry will remain the same.
If you have 84.29 g dihydrogen, there are