Calculate the volume of ammonia that can be obtained from nitrogen with a volume of 44.8 liters. and a sufficient amount of hydrogen.
N2 + 3H2 = 2NH3
For reactions proceeding in the gas phase, the volume and molar ratios of the components coincide, so there is no need to calculate the amount of substance of each of the gases.
n (NH3) = 2n (N2);
V (NH3) = 2V (N2) = 2 * 44.8 = 89.6 liters.
Answer: V (NH3) = 89.6 liters.
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