To produce 20 moles of ammonia via Haber's process, how many moles of hydrogen molecules are required?

 1 40 mol 2 10 mol 3 20 mol 4 30 mol
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10 g of hydrogen and 64 of oxygen were filled in a steel vessel and exploded. The amount of water produced in this reaction will be:

1. 2 mol

2. 3 mol

3. 4 mol

4. 1 mol

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For the reaction, $$2A+B\xrightarrow{~~~~~~~~}3C,8$$ moles of $$A$$ reacts with $$5$$ moles of $$B$$ to form $$C.$$
Calculate the maximum number of moles that are formed.

1. $$13$$ mole
2. $$15$$ mole
3. $$12$$ mole
4. $$8$$ mole
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When 50.0 kg of nitrogen gas (N2) and 10.0 kg of hydrogen gas (H2) are combined, what is the quantity of ammonia gas (NH3) produced?

1. 33.0 ×103 mol

2. 56.1×103 g

3. 6.5 ×103 g

4. None of the above

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