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The balanced reaction is:
Ga(CH3)3 + AsH3 → GaAs + 3 CH4
From the reaction:
The semiconductor gallium arsenide, GaAs, is used in highspeed integrated circuits, light-emitting diodes, and solar cells. Its density is 5.32 g/cm3. It can be made by reacting trimethylgallium, Ga(CH3)3, with arsine gas, AsH3. The other product of the reaction is methane, CH4.
If you reacted 600 g of trimethylgallium with 400 g of arsine. Which reactant, if any, would be left over?
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