# How many liters of hydrogen sulfide may be produced from 264 grams of ferrous sulfide?

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How many grams of water are produced from 10.4 grams of oxygen and 16.1 grams if hydrogen. HELP ASAP?

how many grams of water are produced from 10.4 grams of oxygen and 16.1 grams if hydrogen. A.) what is the limiting reactant? B.) what is the theoretical yield of water? C.) if you ...show more

no of moles of H2=16.1/2=8.05 no of moles of o2=10.4/16=0.65 2H2 + O2 2H2O limiting reagent is O2. ...

the limiting reactant in this reaction is HCl, to get number of moles of HCl, you go .075 x 3 = 0.2...

CHEM HELP! If we start out with 1.4 grams of magnesium and 8.1 grams of sulfuric acid, How many grams of hydrogen can be produced?

magnesium reacts with sulfuric acid to produced magnesium sulfate and hydrogen. Mg (s) + H2SO4 (aq) ---> MgSO4 (aq) + H2 If we start out with 1.4 grams of magnesium and 8.1 ...show more

A.) (1.4 g Mg) / (24.30506 g Mg/mol) = 0.05760 mol Mg (8.1 g H2SO4) / (98.0791 g H2SO4/mol) = 0.082...

Chemistry Problem - Liters produced if grams are also produced?

Can someone explain (fully and/or simply) how to do this? 2NaClO3(s) -> 2NaCl(s) + 3O2(g) Using the reaction above, how many liters of oxygen are produced if 12.5 grams of ...show more

Well, first of all I assume you mean sodium chloride (NaCl). The molar mass of NaCl is (23+35.5) = ...

Of trade product (510 g metam sodium per liter).

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I <3 Chem :3 So anyways...... according to the reaction, for every 2 water you have 2 hydrogen or...

What mass in grams of hydrogen gas is produced if 75.0 mol of Zn...?

What mass in grams of hydrogen gas is produced if 75.0 mol of Zn are added to excess hydrochloric acid according to the equation: Zn(s) + 2HCl(aq)-->ZnCl2(aq)+ H2(g)? (ZnCl2= ...show more

the key word is "excess." we don't care how much HCl is added since it's not the limiting...

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