# Problem: Barium hydroxide (used in corrosion inhibitors and lubricants) reacts with chloric acid (HClO3) to form barium chlorate [Ba(ClO3)2] and water. What mass of water is formed when 138 g of barium hydroxide reacts with chloric acid?(A) 32.5 g(B) 29.0 g(C) 16.2 g(D) 7.31 g(E) 138 g

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Barium hydroxide (used in corrosion inhibitors and lubricants) reacts with chloric acid (HClO3) to form barium chlorate [Ba(ClO3)2] and water. What mass of water is formed when 138 g of barium hydroxide reacts with chloric acid?

(A) 32.5 g

(B) 29.0 g

(C) 16.2 g

(D) 7.31 g

(E) 138 g

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