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Unformatted text preview: Last Name First Name Chapter 4 Post Quiz 1) 10 pts. Consider the following balanced reaction: 3 mm» + 2 HsPO4 9 M94304); ,+ 6 H20 a. What is the theoretical yield of magnesium phosphate (262.86 g/mol) in a reaction starting with 111 g of magnesium hydroxide (58.32 g/mol) and 75 g phosphoric acid (97.99 g/mol). b. Based upon your calculations, what is the limiting reactant? (please circle) magnesium hydroxide phosphoric acid L Last Name First Name Chapter 4 Post Quiz 1) 10 pts. Consider the following balanced reaction: Fe203+30092Fe+3002 a. What is the theoretical yield anifQfl (55.85 g/mol) in a reaction starting with 50.0 g of iron(lll) oxide (159.69 g/mol) and 45 9‘ Carbon monoxide (28.01 g/mol). b. Based upon your calculations, what is the limiting reactant? (please circle) carbon monoxide iron (Ill) oxide: Last Name First Name Chapter 4 Post Quiz 1) 10 pts. Consider the following balanced reaction: 3 03003 + 2 FePO4 9 033(PO4)2 + F92(CO3)3 a. What is the theoretical yield of iron(lll) carbonate (291.72 g/mol) in a reaction starting with 1.00 x 103 g of calcium carbonate (100.09 g/mol) and 45 g of iron (Ill) phosphate (150.82 g/mol) b. Based upon your calculations, what is the limiting reactant? (please circle) calcium carbonate iron (III) phosphate ...
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