Hello guys, i am new to this forum. I am stuck on a chemical problem for quite a while now, and have decided to ask for some help since i could not solve it on my own. So, here's the thing.
If 9 * 10-2 mol/L NH3 is consumed in 3 minutes according to the reaction 4NH3(g) +5O2(g) = 4NO(g) + 6H2O(g) what is the rate of formation of NO(g) and H2O(g) in mol/L * s.
The problem here is, that in order to calculate the rate of formation, i need either the mass (m) / amount of substance (n) / number of particles (N) / volume (v) and i have none of those. The only things i have are the concentration (c) of NH3 which is 0.09 and molar mass of NH3 (which is 17). Could any of you help me somehow, or tell me some equations to find some of those missing constants? I could never say thank you enough if so. Cheers, Filip!