UncategorizedIn Haber’s process, gaseous nitrogen and hydrogen react to form ammonia which has a volume that is _ times smaller than that of the reactants (N.T.P.)

In Haber’s process, gaseous nitrogen and hydrogen react to form ammonia which has a volume that is _ times smaller than that of the reactants (N.T.P.)

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    Solution:

    Avogadro's law says that equal volumes of gases at constant temperature and pressure contain equal number of molecules. Reaction in Haber's process (consider that pressure and temperature are constant):

    N2+3H22NH3

    Total volume of NH3 is 2L and volume of reactants (N2 and H2) is 4L.

    This implies that volume of NH3 is 0.5 times less than the volume of reactant.

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