Problem: How many grams of carbon disulfide are needed to completely consume 53.3 L of chlorine gas according to the following reaction at 25°C and 1 atm? carbon disulfide (s) + chlorine (g) → carbon tetrachloride (l) + sulfur dichloride (s) 

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How many grams of carbon disulfide are needed to completely consume 53.3 L of chlorine gas according to the following reaction at 25°C and 1 atm? 

carbon disulfide (s) + chlorine (g) → carbon tetrachloride (l) + sulfur dichloride (s) 

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