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Balance the following reaction: Mn + HCl --> MnCl2 + H2

If you have 100g of Mn and 100g of HCl find
a. The limiting reageant
b. Moles of MnCl2 formed
c. Grams of MnCl2 formed
d. Moles of excess reagent

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The balanced equation:
Mn + 2 HCl --> MnCl2 + H2
100 grams of Mn is equal to 100/54.9 = 1.82 moles.
100 grams of HCl is equal to 100/(1.0 + 35.5) ...

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