One of the steps in the commercial process for converting ammonia to nitric acid is the conversion of NH3 to NO.
(a) Which is the limiting reactant?
(b) How many grams of NO form?
(c) How many grams of the excess reactant remains after the limiting reactant is completely consumed?
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Oxygen is the limiting reactant.
2.58g of NO form.
1.978g of NH3 remaining.
How did you get the last value of remaining nh3
MASS OF AMMONIA REMAINING
5mol of O2 produces 4 mol of NH3
0.1075mol O2 produces (4*0.1075)/5
0.086 mol NH3
Mass of ammonia= 0.086*17
We first calculate how much of the reactant was used
3.44g of O2*1mol O2/32g of O2*4mol NH3/5mol O2*17g NH3/1mol NH3= 1.462g used
Then we subtract from the original, which is 2.10
I am sorry I was in a hurry and subtracted from the amount of oxygen. Thanks for asking.
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1.462 USED AND 0.638 REMAINED
Thats okay you still did a great job :) So just to be clear the final answer is 1.462g?
Oh okay haha thanks again 5 stars :)
Thank you so much and you are welcome again. I will be happy to help any time.
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