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28 August, 01:47

When calcium carbonate reacts with hydrogen chloride, if the reaction occurs with 78.5% yield, what mass of carbon dioxide will be collected if 19.88g of CaCO3 is added to sufficient hydrogen chloride?

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  1. 28 August, 03:41
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    97.95 is the answer to the question
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