For the reaction 3Si(s)+2N2(g)Si3N4(s) a. How many moles of each substance will be ...
For the reaction 3Si(s)+2N2(g)→Si3N4(s) a. How many moles of each substance will be formed if 6 moles of Silicon reacts? moles SimolesN2 and moles Si3N4 B. How much Si3N4 can be produced using 33.7 grams of Si and 56 grams of N2 ? (Hint: determine limiting reagent) C. If 51.2grams of Si3N4 is produced from part b, what is the percentage yield of Si3N4 ?
We have the following chemical reaction a. '6' moles of silicon are reactingFrom the balanced chemical reaction, we see that'3' moles of reacts with '2' moles of Thus '1' mole of reacts with moles of Hence '6' moles of will react with moles of Similarly '3' moles of forms '1' moles of 'Hence '6' moles of will form moles of