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    Calculate the mass in grams of Hydrogen chloride produced when 5.6 L of molecular hydrogen measured at STP react with an excess of molecular chlorine gas.

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    because ,
    <br>5.6 L of hydrogen == (5.6/22.4) = 0.25 mole of hydrogen
    <br>(because, at STP 1 mole == 22.4 ...

    Solution Summary

    It shows how to calculate the mass of HCl produced from the reaction of H2 and Cl2.