Problem: Consider the generic chemical equation A + 3B → 2C. Let circles represent molecules of A, squares represent molecules of B, and triangles represent molecules of C. The diagram shown below represents the amount of B available for reaction.Select the diagram showing the amount of A necessary to completely react with B.

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The given reaction is:

A + 3 B → 2 C


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Consider the generic chemical equation A + 3B → 2C. Let circles represent molecules of A, squares represent molecules of B, and triangles represent molecules of C. The diagram shown below represents the amount of B available for reaction.

A collection of twelve green squares labeled B.

Select the diagram showing the amount of A necessary to completely react with B.

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