2. Sulfuric acid, HSO4 (MM= 98.08 g/mol) reacts with ammonia, NHa (MM = 17.03 g/mol) to produce the fertilizer ammonium sulfate, (NHa)2SO4 (MM = 132.15 g/mol). The reaction is: HaSO4+ 2NH3 (NHa)2SO4 a.) What is the mass of ammonia, NH3 needed to completely react with 3 grams sulfuric acid, H2SO4? b.) How many moles of ammonia is required to react with excess sulfuric acid, HaSO4 to produced 1.4 grams ammonium sulfate, (NHs)2SO4?
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