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Posted by Katie on Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 6:25pm.

Mercury and bormine react with each other to produce mercury(II)bromide:

Hg + Br2 -> HgBr2

a) What mass of HgBr2 can be produced from the reactiion 10g HG and 9g Br2? [the part that really confuses me] What mass of which reagent is left unreacted?

b) What is the mass of HgBr2 can be produced form the reaction 5ml HG (density=13.6) and 5ml bromine (density=3.1)?

This is the question. I cannot get the right answer, and I'm unsure on how to do it. Can you pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeee help me?

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