# Problem: For the reaction  ? Sb2S3 + ? HCl ⇌ ? SbCl 3 + ? H2S, how many grams of SbCl3 (228.1 g/mol) could be formed from 16.6 grams of Sb 2S3 (339.6 g/mol) and 12.1 grams of HCl (36.5 g/mol)? 1. 21.0 2. 23.07 3. 23.64 4. 26.14 5. 21.75 6. 19.97 7. 25.22 8. 20.18 9. 22.34 10. 22.69

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For the reaction
? Sb2S3 + ? HCl ⇌ ? SbCl 3 + ? H2S,
how many grams of SbCl3 (228.1 g/mol) could be formed from 16.6 grams of Sb 2S(339.6 g/mol) and 12.1 grams of HCl (36.5 g/mol)?

1. 21.0

2. 23.07

3. 23.64

4. 26.14

5. 21.75

6. 19.97

7. 25.22

8. 20.18

9. 22.34

10. 22.69

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