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Yet Another Problem 4

Multiple Choice Question:

Phosphorus and chlorine gas can be mixed to form phosphorus trichloride. For every 4 moles of phophorus trichloride produced we need 6 moles of chlorine gas. If we have 2.6x1012 moles of chlorine how many moles of phosphorus trichloride can we make?

(A) 1.7x1012 (B) 3.9x1012
(C) 1.1x1011 (D) 2.6x1011

Solution: A

Have trouble with this one? Make a note to try problem 4 again and rework Ratio and Proportion.

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