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If 3.41 g of nitrogen react with 2.79 g of hydrogen to produce ammonia, what is the limiting reactant and what mass of ammonia is produced?

▸ Hydrogen is the limiting reactant and 0.22 g of ammonia are produced.

▸ Nitrogen is the limiting reactant and 2.07 g of ammonia are produced.

▸ Nitrogen is the limiting reactant and 4.15 g of ammonia are produced.

▸ Hydrogen is the limiting reactant and 23.5 g of ammonia are produced.

▸ Hydrogen is the limiting reactant and 15.8 g of ammonia are produced.
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