 Consider the chemical reaction, N_2 (g) + 3H_2 (g) -> 2NH_3 (g) The rate of this reaction can be expressed in terms of

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Q 2606180978.     Consider the chemical reaction, N_2 (g) + 3H_2 (g) -> 2NH_3 (g) The rate of this reaction can be expressed in terms of time derivatives of concentration of N_2 (g), H_2 (g) or NH_3 (g). Identify the correct relationship amongst the rate expressions
JEE 2002 A Rate = - (d[N_2])/(dt) = - 1/3 (d[H_2])/(dt) = 1/2 (d[NH_3])/(dt)

B Rate = - (d[N_2])/(dt) = - 3 (d[H_2])/(dt) = 2 (d[NH_3])/(dt)

C Rate = (d[N_2])/(dt) = 1/3 (d[H_2])/(dt) = 1/2 (d[NH_3])/(dt)

D Rate = - (d[N_2])/(dt) = - (d[H_2])/(dt) = (d[NH_3])/(dt)

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