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Consider the generic chemical reaction:2 A + 3 B ? 3 CHow many moles of B are required

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Problem 16P

PROBLEM 16P

Consider the generic chemical reaction:

2 A + 3 B → 3 C

How many moles of B are required to completely react with:

(a) 6 mol of A

(b) 2 mol of A

(c) 7 mol of A

(d) 11 mol of A

Step-by-Step Solution:

Problem 16P

Consider the generic chemical reaction:

How many moles of B are required to completely react with:

(a) 6 mol of A

(b) 2 mol of A

(c) 7 mol of A

(d) 11 mol of A

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a)

The given balanced reaction is as follows.

                                                     

Let’s calculate the moles of B required to complete with 6 moles of A is as follows.

                                   

Therefore, 9 mol of B is required to completely react with six moles of A.

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
Edition: 5
Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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