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1.Consider the following balanced chemical equation below: 2CH3I + 2NO2 → 2 CH3NO2 + I2 If 1.75 moles of CH3I were combined ...

5 moles of CH3I were combined with an excess of NO2 gas, how many grams of I2 would form?
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2.Consider the following balanced chemical reaction: 2C3H6O + 9O2 → 6CO2 + 8H2O If 89.0 grams of C3H6O were mixed with 64.0 ...

of C3H6O were mixed with 64.0 grams of O2, how many grams of water would be produced? Molar mass of C3H6O = 58.08 g/mol
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3.Consider the following unbalanced chemical equation: Fe3O4 (aq) + CO (g) → CO2 (g) + Fe (s) What will be the coefficient ...

What will be the coefficient in front of CO in the balanced chemical equation? If there is no coefficient in front of CO in the balanced equation, enter 1 as the answer.
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4.Consider the following balanced chemical equation: N2 + 3H2 → 2NH3 If 14.0 grams of H2 were mixed with 56.0 grams of ...

mixed with 56.0 grams of N2, how many moles of the excess reagent would remain upon completion of the reaction? That is, how many moles of H2 or N2 will be left after the limiting reactant is entirely consumed?
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