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Question 1: Score 2/2 limiting reagent Your Answer: aluminum oxide Correct Answer: aluminum oxide Comment: Question 2: Score 4/4 theoretical yield of carbon dioxide in liters at 40 degrees C. Your Answer: 10.3 liters Correct Answer: 10.3 liters Comment: Question 3: Score 2/2 35. limiting reagent Your Answer: copper sulfate Correct Answer: copper sulfate Comment: Question 4: Score 2/2 33. limiting reagent Your Answer: sodium hydride Correct Answer: sodium hydride Comment: Question 5: Score 1/1 HCl + Mg. . . type of reaction Your Answer: single replacement Correct Answer: single replacement Comment: Question 6: Score 1/1 Al2O3 + NaOH. .. what type of reaction?
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synthesis Correct Answer: synthesis Comment: Question 7: Score 1/1 Zn + CuSO4. . . What type of reaction? Your Answer: single replacement Correct Answer: single replacement Comment: Question 8: Score 2/2 Theoretical yield of a) magnesium chloride and b) hydrogen Your Answer: a) 40 grams b) 0.8 grams Correct Answer: a) 40 grams b) 0.8 grams Comment: Question 9: Score 4/4 44. Dr. Turkey's mislabeled bottle- which name is correct? Your Answer: D Correct Answer: D Question 10: Score 2/2 48 Every carbon must have Your Answer: 4 bonds Correct Answer: 4 bonds Question 11: Score 4/4 what is the electronic configuration of the Ca 2+ ion? Your Answer:
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