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Posted by Stark State on Monday, October 25, 2010 at 10:49am.

60.0 g of benzene is mixed with 135g of bromine to form bromobenzene according to the following reactionC6H6+Br2-C6H5Br+HBr which is the limiting reagent and what is the theoretical yield

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