Problem: Titanium metal and chlorine gas react in a combination type reaction to form titanium (IV) chloride. How many grams of titanium (IV) chloride can be formed when 3.00 g of Ti reacts with 9.50 g of Cl2? a) 11.9 b) 18.5 c) 19.7 d) 12.7 e) 3.81

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Titanium metal and chlorine gas react in a combination type reaction to form titanium (IV) chloride. How many grams of titanium (IV) chloride can be formed when 3.00 g of Ti reacts with 9.50 g of Cl2?

a) 11.9

b) 18.5

c) 19.7

d) 12.7

e) 3.81

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