Problem: What mass of potassium can be produced by the reaction of 175.0 g of Na with 175.0 g of KCl? Na + KCl → NaCl + K  A. 183.5 g B. 148.4 g C. 296.7 g D. 91.78 g

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What mass of potassium can be produced by the reaction of 175.0 g of Na with 175.0 g of KCl?

Na + KCl → NaCl + K 

A. 183.5 g

B. 148.4 g

C. 296.7 g

D. 91.78 g

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