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Homework Help: Chemistry limiting reactants

Posted by Gweedo8 on Sunday, May 31, 2009 at 6:55pm.

A student prepares phosphorous acid by reacting solid phosphorous triodide with water

PI3+H2O-->H3PO3+HI

The student needs to obtain 0.250L of phosphorous acid. (d=1.651g/mL). The procedure calls for a 45.0% excess of water and a yield of 75.0%. How much phosphorous triiodide should be weighed out?

My brain is fried from math today can someone help with the steps to solve this???

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