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Posted by Mütze on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 8:47pm.

Cupper (II) sulfate reacts with hydrogen iodide to produce copper iodide, sulfuric acid, and iodine gas. If 10.4g of copper (II) sulfate is used, calculate the number of grams of HI needed and the number of grams of each product produced.

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