Problem: For the reaction of Ca with excess HCI, determine the volume of H  2 gas that will be produced at 1.00  atm and 18°C when 12.2 g of Ca are reacted. Ca (s)  + HCI (l) →  CaCl2 (s)  + H2(g)

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For the reaction of Ca with excess HCI, determine the volume of H  2 gas that will be produced at 1.00  atm and 18°C when 12.2 g of Ca are reacted.

Ca (s)  + HCI (l) →  CaCl2 (s)  + H2(g)

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