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Posted by Eagertolearn on Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 7:26pm.

1. A solution containing 0.100 mol of Na2CO3 and 0.100 mol of NiCl2 is allowed to react. Which reactant is the limiting reactant?

2. A solution containing 0.100 mol of Na2CO3 and 0.100 mol of NiCl2 is allowed to react. How many moles of precipitate form in this reaction?

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