## Urgent help needed with volume calculation

Please can someone help me with the following question:

Calculate the volume of ammonia required, in cubic metres at stp, to produce one tonne of ammonium nitrate.

I know how to work out the mass of ammonia in one tonne of ammonium nitrate but am struggling with volumes....help needed!

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 At STP, one mole of an ideal gas occupies 22.4 Litres. 1 Litre=1000 cm^3. Can you carry on from there?
 I'm still a bit unsure...can you help further please

## Urgent help needed with volume calculation

Let m be the mass in grammes of NH3 in one tonne of ammonium nitrate..
Let M be the molecular weight of NH3.
The number of moles of NH3 is m/M and the volume of NH3 is
22.4 (Litre/mole) . (m/M) mole = 22 400 cm3 (m/M)
=22400(m/M) (cm (1 metre/(100 cm))3
=0.0224 (m/M) metre3