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Limiting Reagent

Q. What is the maximum mass of aluminum chloride that could be obtained from reacting 1250 g of barium chloride and excess aluminum sulfate? This is the balanced equation for the reaction. Al2(SO4)3 + 3 BaCl2 → 3 BaSO4 + 2 AlCl3

Solved • Dec 10, 2019

Limiting Reagent

Q. You mix 55 mL of 1.00 M silver nitrate with 25 mL of 1.06 M sodium chloride. What mass of silver chloride should you form?

Solved • Dec 6, 2019

Limiting Reagent

Q. For the reaction shown, compute the theoretical yield of theproduct in grams for the following initial amounts of reactants: 2 Al (s) + 3 Cl2 (g) -->2 AlCl3 (s)  0.439g Al; 2.29g Cl2

Solved • Nov 30, 2019

Limiting Reagent

Q. For the reaction shown, compute the theoretical yield of the product in grams for the following initial amounts of reactants: 2 Al (s) + 3 Cl2 (g) -->2 AlCl3 (s)  5.5g Al; 19.8g Cl2

Solved • Nov 30, 2019

Limiting Reagent

Q. For the reaction shown, compute the theoretical yield of theproduct in grams for the following initial amounts of reactants: 2 Al (s) + 3 Cl2 (g) -->2 AlCl3 (s)  1.0g Al; 1.0g Cl2

Solved • Nov 30, 2019

Limiting Reagent

Q. When iron(III) oxide reacts with hydrochloric acid, iron(III) chloride and water are formed. How many grams of iron(III) chloride are formed from 10.0 g of iron(III) oxide and 10.0 g of hydrochloric acid? Enter your answer with one decimal place and no units.

Solved • Nov 28, 2019

Limiting Reagent

Q. A large piece of aluminum metal was exposed to 20.0 mL of hydrobromic acid producing 91.0 mL of hydrogen gas at 45 degree Celsius and 0.952 atm shown in the figure below. Calculate the concentration of the hydrobromic acid assuming it is the limiting reactant.

Solved • Nov 24, 2019