How many moles of Hydrogen are needed to react with 2 moles of nitrogen?
We need theoretically 22,23 moles hydrogen.
10 moles of nitrogen dioxide are needed to react with 5,0 moles of water.
Two moles of nitrogen are needed.
Well this a difficult question. It depends what you are making, there are over 20 binary compoundsno nitrogen and hydrogen. The best known of which is ammonia, NH3 but others include hydrazine, N2H4 triazine N3H5. As an example in the reaction of N2 with H2 to form ammonia. N2 + 3H2 -> 2NH3 If you take two moles of nitrogen then you will need 6 moles of hydrogen.
How many moles of hydrogen gas would be needed to react with excess carbon dioxide to produce 42.1 moles of water vapor?
84,2 moles hydrogen are needed.
0.6 moles of N2 produce 1.2 moles of NH3
6moles of hydrogen
2 atoms (molecules) of hydrogen are needed to react with oxygen to form water.
How many moles of nitrogen are required to react with 3.4 moles of hydrogen to form ammonia feterlizer?
To form ammonia, reaction is N(2) + 3H(2) ---> 2NH(3) + H(2)O. As you can see for 1 mole of nitrogen three moles of hydrogen is required. Hence for your question, 1.13 moles nitrogen is required.
N2 + 3H2 -> 2NH3 3 moles hydrogen gas. You should know that because of the formula of ammonia.
Enough nitrogen means equal or in excess, so..... 3H2 + N2 -> 2NH3 7.5 mole hydrogen gas (2 mole NH3/3 moles H2) = 5.0 mole ammonia made ----------------------------------
How many moles of H2 bonds are broken if you react nitrogen with hydrogen according to the following reaction?
N2+3H2--> 2NH3 answer 3 moles of H2 bonds are broken
I assume you mean this reaction. N2 + 3H2 --> 2NH3 0.90 moles N2 (3 moles H2/1 mole N2) = 2.7 moles hydrogen gas needed =====================
To form NH3, I assume. Balanced equation. N2 + 3H2 -> 2NH3 0.85 moles N2 (3 moles H2/1 mole N2) = 2.6 moles hydrogen gas needed ---------------------------------------------
How many moles of hydrogen gas are needed to react with 15.1g chloride gas to produce hydrogen chloride gas?
H2 +Cl2---------------->2HCl Since H2 and Cl2 react in 1:1 mole ratio the number of moles of H2 reacting is equal to the number of moles of Cl2 which is equal to 0.213
How many moles of hydrogen gas would be needed to react with excess carbon dioxide to produce 30.6 moles of water vapor?
CO2 + H2 -> CO + H2O one to one here 30.6 moles H2O (1 mole H2/1 mole H2O) = 30.6 moles Hydrogen gas needed
Answer: 7 moles hydrogen and 3,5 moles oxygen.
How many moles of hydrogen gas would be needed to react with excess carbon dioxide to produce 53.6 moles of water vapor?
Equation. CO2 + H2 - CO + H2O all one to one, so you need 53.6 moles of hydrogen gas
How many moles of hydrogen gas are needed to react with 0.50 mole of oxygen to form one mole of water?
The chemical equation for hydrogen gas and oxygen gas combining to form water is as follows: 2H2 (g) + O2 (g) ---> 2H2O (l). This means that for every 1 mole of oxygen gas reacting, two moles of hydrogen gas are needed. So if 0.50 moles of oxygen gas react to form one mole of water, then one mole of hydrogen gas was used.
This reaction? Always balanced equation; either verbal or formal!! N2 + 3H2 -> 2NH3 0.60 moles N2 (3 moles H2/1 mole N2) = 1.8 moles hydrogen gas needed
The minimum number of moles of 02 that are needed to completely react with 16 moles of NH3 is 12 moles oxygen.
The balanced equation is- N(2) + 3H(2) ---> 2NH(3). There fore the ratio says that for one molecule of nitrogen, 2 molecules of ammonia is produced. Also Avogadros Law states that number of molecules of gas is directly proportional to volume occupied. Hence 260 mL of nitrogen is required. However you have not told what are other physical conditions like pressure and temperature. So we cannot find the number of moles.
How many moles of hydrogen gas are needed to react with 15.1 g of chlorine gas to produce hydrogen chloride gas?
The reaction is: H2 + Cl2 = 2 HCl The answer is 0,21 mol hydrogen.
When 6,0 moles of H2 gas react with nitrogen, 4 moles of ammonia are produced.
0,9 moles of H2 are needed to react with 0,60 mol of N2.
In the reaction of nitrogen gas N2 with hydrogen gas H2 to form ammonia gas NH3 how many moles of hydrogen are needed to react with two moles of nitrogen a 2 b 4 c 6 d 8 e 10?
Balanced equation always and always first! N2 + 3H2 >> 2NH3 As you see the dimensional analysis shows three mols H2 to one mol N2. ( mols are always coefficients ) So, three times two is 6.
How many moles of hydrogen gas would be needed to react with excess carbon dioxide to produce 76.6 moles of water vapor?
This is the Sabatier reaction or Sabatier process (the reaction of hydrogen with carbon dioxide at elevated temperatures and pressures in the presence of a nickel catalyst to produce methane and water) CO2 + 4H2 → CH4 + 2H2O The hydrogen is required both to react with the carbon and the oxygen and all of this must be accounted for to produce the 76.6 moles of water. From the equation 4 moles of hydrogen reacts… Read More
The nitrogen and hydrogen that don't react are recycled and put through the process again.
How many grams of hydrogen are needed to produce 30.0 grams of water and how many grams of hydrogen are needed to react with 25.0 grams of oxygen Thanks for the help I'm a bit lost?
The synthesis reaction is 2 H2 + O2 = 2 H2O. Every two moles of hydrogen reacts with one mole of oxygen to make two moles of water. Then 30.0 grams of water is 1.67 moles, and 1.67 moles of H2 has a mass of 3.37 grams. 25.0 grams of O2 is .781 moles, so 1.562 moles of H2 are needed, or 3.15 grams.
3 moles of oxygen.
When sodium azide is activated in an automobile airbag how many moles of nitrogen are produced if 0.500 mole of sodium azide react?
0,75 moles of nitrogen
How many moles of magnesium are needed to react with 16 g of molecular oxygen?
Hydrogen reacts with sulfur in the proportions dictated by this equation: H2 + S --> H2S. The reactants are in a 1:1 proportion with each other, so 1.72 moles of hydrogen will react with 1.72 moles of sulfur.
Five moles of O2 are needed to react with 2.00 moles C2H2. The symbol O2 stands for Oxygen, and C2H2 stands for acetylene.
The formula of methane is CH4. So 4 times that = 4 carbon moles and 8 moles hydrogen.
3 moles of magnesium are needed.
1,6 moles of HF are needed.
The nunber of moles of oxygen is 2,5.
Al+HCl===> AlCl3+H2 Is the reaction. You need &.2 moles of HCl.
This reaction emmits H2 gas. We need 7.2 moles of Hcl.
How many moles of sodium hydrogen carbonate would be needed to react with 150 grams of sulfuric acid?
The reaction equation is 2 NaHCO3 + H2SO4 = 2 CO2 + 2H2O + Na2SO4. This means that for every mole of sulfuric acid, two moles of NaHCO3 are needed. 150 grams of H2SO4 is 1.53 moles, so 3.06 moles of NaHCO3 are required.
How many moles of hydrogen gas would be needed to react with excess carbon dioxide to produce 99.1 of water vapor?
CO2 + H2 <-> CO + H2O all one to one ( I assume that 99.1 is grams. Always units!!!! ) 99.1 grams H2O (1 mole H2O/18.016 grams)(1 mole H2/1 mole H2O) = 5.50 moles of hydrogen gas needed If that was 99.1 moles water vapor then it would take 99.1 moles hydrogen gas at a one to one ratio.
What is the limiting reagent if 6 moles of magnesium react with 6 moles of nitrogen to form magnesium nitride.?
This is the amount of magnesium.
2 AL + 6HCl -> 2AlCl3 + 3H2 Three times as much HCl is needed by unit to react with the Al. 2.4 * 3 = 7.2 7.2 moles of HCl
Taking rust to be Fe2O3, you would have the following reaction:Fe2O3 + 6HCl ==> 2FeCl3 + 3H2O 100 g Fe2O3 x 1 mole Fe2O3/159.7 g = 0.626 moles Fe2O3 moles HCl needed = 0.626 moles Fe2O3 x 6 moles HCl/mole Fe2O3 = 3.76 moles HCl needed Mass HCl needed = 3.76 moles HCl x 36.5 g/mole = 137 g HCl needed
The balance hydrogen gas and nitrogen monoxide react to form water and nitrogen gas can be written as follow.The products formed are water and nitrogen gas.2H2 +2NO ->2H20 + N2. This is the balanced equation.
There are two elements that make up Ammonia (NH3) … One mole of Nitrogen (N) plus three moles of Hydrogen (H) react to produce one mole of Ammonia (NH3)
How many moles of methane are produced when 59.6 moles of carbon dioxide gas react with excess hydrogen gas?
59.6 moles of methane are produced.