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13 April, 04:51

How many moles of KBr will be produced from 14.98 moles of BaBr2?

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  1. 13 April, 06:11
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    The question does not state the chemical equation or the reactant aside from BaBr2.

    The complete question should be

    How many moles of KBr will be produced from 14.98 moles of BaBr2?

    BaBr2 + K2SO4 → KBr + BaSO4

    Answer:-

    14.98 moles

    Explanation:-

    From the balanced chemical equation

    BaBr2 + K2SO4 → KBr + BaSO4

    We see

    From 1 mole of BaBr2 1 mole of KBr is produced.

    From 14.98 moles of BaBr2 then 1 mole x 14.98 mole / 1 mole

    = 14.98 moles of KBr will be produced.

    14.98 moles of KBr will be produced from 14.98 moles of BaBr2
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