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• ### In one experiment, 17.8 g of chlorine were used and yielded 43.5 g of chlorine dioxide-...

In one experiment, 17.8 g of chlorine were used and yielded 43.5 g of chlorine dioxide- CIO2 b. Calculate i) the theoretical yield (in grams) of chlorine dioxide- CIO2 The % yield of chlorine dioxide ii)

• ### 6. Complete and balance the following equation; write names and formulas of products Na3PO4 Sodium phosphate + + MgS...

6. Complete and balance the following equation; write names and formulas of products Na3PO4 Sodium phosphate + + MgSo. magnesium sulfate → 7. SOLVE: USE DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS AND SHOW WORK The equation for the making of chlorine dioxide CIO, is Cl2 + 02 - CIO a. Balance the equation; Rewrite the balanced equation In one experiment, 17.8 g of chlorine were used and yielded 43.5 g of chlorine dioxide- CIO. b. Calculate i) the theoretical yield (in grams) of chlorine...

• ### 1. Chlorine dioxide, CIO2, is commonly used to disinfect drinking water. It is a mild oxidant,...

1. Chlorine dioxide, CIO2, is commonly used to disinfect drinking water. It is a mild oxidant, so it is great for killing bacteria during water treatment. When it dissolves in a slightly basic solution, the following reaction occurs: 2CIO2 (g) +2OH (a)CIO3 (a) CIO2 (aq)+ H20 (1) OH (M) Initial Rate (M s-1) CIO2], (M) Experiment 0.0248 0.060 0.030 0.020 0.00827 0.030 0.090 0.0247 0.020 0.00500 0.040 (a) Determine the rate law, rate constant, and overall order for this reaction...

• ### An experiment requires that enough CH5N be used to yield 17.8 g of nitrogen. how much...

An experiment requires that enough CH5N be used to yield 17.8 g of nitrogen. how much CH5N must be weighted out?

• ### An experiment requires that enough PSClz be used to yield 16.5 g of chlorine. How much...

An experiment requires that enough PSClz be used to yield 16.5 g of chlorine. How much PSClz must be weighed out?

• ### Cl2 + 3F2 → 2CIF: Chlorine reacts with fluorine to form gaseous chlorine trifluoride. You start with 500g of chlori...

Cl2 + 3F2 → 2CIF: Chlorine reacts with fluorine to form gaseous chlorine trifluoride. You start with 500g of chlorine and 95.0g of fluorine. a) What is the limiting reagent? b) What is the theoretical yield of chlorine trifluoride in grams? c) How many grams of excess reactant remain un-reacted? 2C2H2 + 50, 400, + 2H2O Oxyacetylene torches used in welding and cutting steel reach temperatures near 2000'C. The reaction involved is the complete combustion of acetylene (CH2). Starting with...

• ### Sulfuryl chloride decomposes at high temperatures to produce sulfur dioxide and chlorine gases:SO2Cl2(g) SO2(g) + Cl2(g)At...

Sulfuryl chloride decomposes at high temperatures to produce sulfur dioxide and chlorine gases:SO2Cl2(g) SO2(g) + Cl2(g)At 375C, the equilibrium constant Kcis 0.045. If there are 2.0 grams of sulfuryl chloride, 0.17 gram of sulfur dioxide, and 0.19 gram of chlorine present in a 1.0 Liter flask,a) What is the value of the reaction quotient?b) Is the system at equilibrium?c) In which direction will the system move to reach equilibrium?

• ### 2. a. Nitrogen dioxide and hydrogen are reacted in the gas phase, in the presence of...

2. a. Nitrogen dioxide and hydrogen are reacted in the gas phase, in the presence of a catalyst, to produce ammonia and water; write a balanced equation for this reaction. (2 pts) b. If 73.2 g of nitrogen dioxide and 10.6 g of hydrogen are mixed together and react to form ammonia, identify the limiting reactant and calculate the theoretical yield (in grams) of ammonia produced. (6 pts) c. 12.9 g of ammonia is actually produced in this reaction; based...

• ### an experiment only formed 14 g of product (actual yield), thus the percent yield of product for that experiment is...

an experiment only formed 14 g of product (actual yield), thus the percent yield of product for that experiment is 1.4/2.0x100 - 70% % yield actual yield theoretical Wald X 100 You can rearrange this equation to calculate the actual yield if given the % and theoretical yields, or the theoretical yield if given the % and actual yields. Let's Practice: 1. Answer the following questions based on the reaction below (5pts) 2 NaCl + Mg0 Na2O + MgCl2 What...

• ### 4. Penny and Benedict used 0.510 g of Cu(s) in the initial reaction of this experiment....

4. Penny and Benedict used 0.510 g of Cu(s) in the initial reaction of this experiment. At the end of the experiment, they had obtained 0.384 g of Cu. a. What is their theoretical yield? b. What is their actual yield? c. What is their percent yield? Classifying Reactions in the Copper Cycle