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Post by fekil »

1. Calculate the number of grams of magnesium chloride that could be obtained from 8.5 grams of hydrochloric acid when the latter is reacted with an excess of magnesium oxide.

2 Consider the reaction: FeS + O2 = Fe2O3 + SO3
Calculate the number of grams of

a) Fe2O3 produced from 7.2 moles FeS
b) O2 needed to react with 0.125 grams of FeS
c) So2 produced from 3.25 moles of O2
d) O2 needed to produce 0.180 moles of Fe2O3
e) FeS need to produce 0.125 grams of SO2

Please help me solve the problem.. I don't know how to do it..
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1. Get from all the compounds the molar Masses, check PSE for this.
2. Write down the correct balanced chemical equation
3. From the given masses calculated the moles by using n=m/M
4. Then do comparison how many moles hydrochloric correspond to how many moles magnesium chloride.
5. How this number calculate back to the demanded mass.
So now its your turn to Show us something.
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