Mole Ratio pt 2 assignment

Jan 21st, 2015
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2) Given the reaction: 6 Mg + P4 → 2 Mg3P2

a) How many moles of Mg are needed in order to produce 1213.83 g of Mg3P2?(Show your work)

b) 495.52 g of P4 react with some magnesium. How many moles of Mg3P2 are

produced?(Show your work)

c) How many moles of P4 are needed to react with 9.00 moles of Mg?(Show your work)

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