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Problem: What is the maximum number of moles H2 that can be produced by the reaction of 3.00 mol of Ni with 4.50 mol of HCl according to the equation: Ni + 2 HCl → NiCl2 + H2a. 4.50 molb. 2.25 molc. 9.00 mold. 3.00 mol 

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What is the maximum number of moles H2 that can be produced by the reaction of 3.00 mol of Ni with 4.50 mol of HCl according to the equation: 

Ni + 2 HCl → NiCl+ H2

a. 4.50 mol
b. 2.25 mol
c. 9.00 mol
d. 3.00 mol

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