# As we know stoichiometric coefficent are whole numbers so can u give one example in which stoichiometric coefficient is zero

Solution:
The stoichiometric coefficient represents the number of molecules of any reagent involved in a chemical reaction.
For example N2+3H2$\stackrel{}{\to }$2NH3
This means 1 molecule of nitrogen reacts with 3 molecules of hydrogen to give 2 molecules of ammonia.

So, a zero stoichiometric coefficient does not make any sense as it would mean that no molecule is involved in a chemical reaction.

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