What volume of hydrogen is theoretically necessary for the synthesis of 100 l of ammonia?

N2 + 3H2 = 2NH3
At 100% yield, the volume of ammonia will be equal to 2/3 of the volume of hydrogen that has reacted, so the volume of hydrogen will be equal to:
V = 100 * 3/2 = 150 L

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