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Although many sulfate salts are soluble in water, calcium sulfate is not (Table 7.1)

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Problem 56

Although many sulfate salts are soluble in water, calcium sulfate is not (Table 7.1). Therefore, a solution of calcium chloride will react with sodium sulfate solution to produce a precipitate of calcium sulfate. The balanced equation is CaCl2(aq) _ Na2SO4(aq) S CaSO4(s) _ 2NaCl(aq) If a solution containing 5.21 g of calcium chloride is combined with a solution containing 4.95 g of sodium sulfate, which is the limiting reactant? Which reactant is present in excess?

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