Stoichiometry Practice

Stoichiometry Practice - 45.0g of aqueous Lead (II) Nitrate...

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Stoichiometry Practice Finding the amount of product if one reactant is given. Always assume the rest of the reactants are available in excess. If 4.5g of Hydrogen gas are mixed with oxygen gas in the presence of a spark, water will be produced. Determine the amount of water produced in this reaction. Draw a molecular picture of the particles in this reaction. Finding the amount of product if more than one reactant is given. This is a limiting reagent problem. Ammonia is produced by a reaction of Nitrogen and Hydrogen gas in the presence of an iron based catalyst and a heat. If 35.5g of Nitrogen is reactant with 83.4g of Hydrogen, determine the amount of ammonia produced. Finding the percent yield.
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Unformatted text preview: 45.0g of aqueous Lead (II) Nitrate is reacted with 45.0g of aqueous Sodium Chloride producing solid Lead (II) Chloride and aqueous Sodium Nitrate. Calculate the percent yield of this reaction if 24.5g of Lead(II) Chloride were recovered from this reaction. Using Molarity of reactants to determine the amount of product. Determine the amount of Iron (III) Hydroxide produced in grams if 3.4ml of an 0.45M Iron (III) Chloride is reacted with aqueous Sodium Hydroxide. Metathesis reactions, using solubility rules. Predict the products of the following reactions: Aqueous Nickel (II) Nitrate added to aqueous Sodium Carbonate. Aqueous Sodium Phosphate added to aqueous Calcium Chloride....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY 151 taught by Professor Wikrent,pollyanna during the Spring '10 term at Pima CC.

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Stoichiometry Practice - 45.0g of aqueous Lead (II) Nitrate...

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