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Problem: What mass of H 2 is produced when 60.0 g of aluminum reacts with excess HCl?  Al(s)    +    HCl(aq)    →    AlCl 3(aq)    +    H 2(g) A. 6.73 g          B. 12.1 g          C. 4.49 gD. 2.22 g          E. 2.99 g

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What mass of H 2 is produced when 60.0 g of aluminum reacts with excess HCl?

  Al(s)    +    HCl(aq)    →    AlCl 3(aq)    +    H 2(g)

A. 6.73 g          

B. 12.1 g          

C. 4.49 g

D. 2.22 g          

E. 2.99 g

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