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Question 3.21: The results of the Miller–Urey experiment require a chemical...

The results of the Miller–Urey experiment require a chemical reaction to account for the formation of glycine. The reaction between carbon dioxide, ammonia, and methane that produces glycine, water, and carbon monoxide is described by the following chemical equation:

2 CO_{2}(g) + NH_{3}(g) + CH_{4}(g) \rightarrow C_{2}H_{5}NO_{2}(s) + H_{2}O( \ell ) + CO(g)

How much glycine could be expected from the reaction of 29.3 g of CO_{2}, 4.53 g of NH_{3}, and 4.27 g of CH_{4}?

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