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    Write a balanced equation for:

    Aluminum chloride reacts with copperII carbonate

    Then solve: if 45 grams of copperII carbonate is used
    how much Aluminum carbonate will be formed(in grams).

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    Please see attached file for formatted equation.

    Molecular Weight of CuCO
    = 1*Atomic weight of Cu + 1* Atomic weight of C + 3*Atomic weight of O
    = 1*63.5 + 1*12 + 3* 16
    = ...

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    Molecular weight and mole concept are analyzed. The expert writes a balanced equations for aluminum chloride reacts with copper ii carbonate.

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