## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

10 litres NH3, 25 litres N2, 15 litres H2

N2(g) + 3 H2 (g)  2 NH3 (g)

1 L of reacts with 3 L of H2 to from 2 L of NH3.

Thus N2 is the limiting reactant.

10 L N2 will react with 30 L H2 to from 20 L NH3

As actual yield is 50% of the expected value, NH3

formed = 10 L, N2 reacted = 5L, H2 reacted = 15 L

∴Mixture will contain 10 L NH3, 25 L N2, 15 L H2

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