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Problem 111P

PROBLEM 111P

When hydrochloric acid is poured over a sample of sodium bicarbonate, 28.2 mL of carbon dioxide gas is produced at a pressure of 0.954 atm and a temperature of 22.7 °C. Write an equation for the gas evolution reaction and determine how much sodium bicarbonate reacted.

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Solution 111P :

Step 1:

Given :

Hydrochloric acid is poured over a sample of sodium bicarbonate.

Volume of CO2 = 28.2 mL

Pressure = 0.954 atm

Temperature = 22.7 oC. = 22.7 + 273 = 295.7 K

We have to write an equation for the gas evolution reaction and determine how much sodium bicarbonate reacted.

The equation for the gas evolution reaction is :

NaHCO3 + HCl  → NaCl + H2O + CO2

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