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# Solve the below problem. how many liters of ammonia gas (nh3), can be formed from 54.1 liters of hydrogen gas (h2) at stp? 3h2 + n2 --> 2nh3 question options: 36.1 liters nh3 81.1 liters nh3 44.8 liters nh3 27.1 liters nh3  44.8 I think.. I'm not so smart but I think so. The answer is a i think   ### Another question on Chemistry Chemistry, 22.06.2019 04:20
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