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# A student was synthesizing aspirin in the laboratory using the amount of limiting reactant she calculated...

A student was synthesizing aspirin in the laboratory using the amount of limiting reactant she calculated them

IZ Location.com'k252Fmghmiddlewares.252Fmhe Saved Help Save & EX Phosphine, PH3, a reactive and poisonous compound, reacts with oxygen as follows: 4PH3(g) + 802) - P401018) + 6H2O(g) 9.2 moles of phosphine react with sufficient oxygen, how many moles of P4010 should form? Multiple Choice 4.0 moles 9.2 moles 37 moles 0 2.3 moles < Prev 11 of 16 Next >

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