Problem: How many grams of Ca(NO 3)2 can be produced by reacting excess HNO3 with 7.40 g of Ca(OH)2?a) 10.2 gb) 16.4 gc) 32.8 gd) 8.22 ge) 7.40 g
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How many grams of Ca(NO 3)2 can be produced by reacting excess HNO3 with 7.40 g of Ca(OH)2?
a) 10.2 g
b) 16.4 g
c) 32.8 g
d) 8.22 g
e) 7.40 g
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