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Molar Volume of an Ideal GasRemember to report data and calculated results to the correct number of significant figures.1. Write the balanced equation for the reaction between solid zinc and aqueous hydrochloric acid. Be sure to include physical states.2. Record and calculate the following for Trials 1 and 2. Include a 3rdtrial if you need better data.Trial 1Trial 2Trial 3aMass of zinc used (g)0.2500.5000.350bVolume of 6.00 MHCl used (mL) 10.00 10.00 10.00cMolar mass of zinc (g/mol) 65.38 65.38 65.38dMoles of zinc reactant 0.00382 0.00765 0.00535eMoles of HCl reactant (Calculate from Mand V)0.0600(0.00765 used)0.0600 (0.01530 used)0.0600 (0.01071used)fIdentity of Limiting ReactantzinczinczincgMoles of hydrogen producedcalculated using stoichiometry from limiting reactant (mol) 0.00382 0.00765 0.00535hVolume of gasproduced at initial room temperature of 21.5°C (mL)92.2184.5129.1iCalculated Molar Volumeof the ideal hydrogen gas at room temperature (Volume/moles), expressed in units of L/mol(use unrounded value of moles H2for