## Hw 15.1 [ENDORSED]

Cristian Carrasco 1F
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### Hw 15.1

for N2+3H2----> 2NH3, would the rate of consumption of N2 to H2 be 1/3?

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### Re: Hw 15.1

Yes, because the rate of N2 is simply the rate of H2 x mols of N2/H2

Jack Papciak 2F
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### Re: Hw 15.1

Yes because for every 1 mol of N2 there's 3 moles of H2

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### Re: Hw 15.1

The rate of N2 would be 1/3 times the rate of H2

Lorie Seuylemezian-2K
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### Re: Hw 15.1

Yes I also agree! You use the coefficients and divide or multiply accordingly

Renee Delamater 2H
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### Re: Hw 15.1

it would make sense here because there is only one mole of N2 and 3 moles of H2 - in order to make a full 1, you would need 3 times more N2 to balance our for the amount of H2

Leanne Wong 1H
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### Re: Hw 15.1

yes, it depends on the mole to mole ratio in the reaction.

Timothy Kim 1B
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### Re: Hw 15.1  [ENDORSED]

yes due to the ratio.