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Assume A = x and B = 5.8 - x
Moles of Z with A needed for the reaction is A = x
Moles of Z with B needed for the reaction is B = 2 (5.8-x)
Setting up the equation where 7.8 moles of Z is consumed:
A mixture of A and B contains a total of 5.8 mol. Both A and B react with Z according to the following equations:
A + Z → AZ
B + 2Z → BZ2
The reaction of the mixture of A and B with Z consumes 7.8 mol Z
Assuming the reactions go to completion, how many moles of A does the mixture contain?
Express your answer in moles to two significant figures.
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