Problem: Potassium reacts with chlorine gas to produce potassium chloride. How many moles of K will react with 0.40 moles of Cl2? a. 0.20 mol b. 0.32 mol c. 0.80 mol d. 0.60 mol e. 0.40 mol  

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Potassium reacts with chlorine gas to produce potassium chloride. How many moles of K will react with 0.40 moles of Cl2?

a. 0.20 mol

b. 0.32 mol

c. 0.80 mol

d. 0.60 mol

e. 0.40 mol

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