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Posted by Sweetpea on Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 8:42pm.

How many moles of hydrogen gas will be produced by the reaction of 4.05 g of aluminum with hydrochloric acid? Need help setting up the problem...is it:
4.05g AlCl3 x 1mol AlCl3/133.2 AlClc x 2 mol Al/3 mol H?

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