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Posted by Kelsi on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 7:03pm.

Aluminum bromide and sodium hydroxide react to form aluminum hydroxide and sodium bromide.

a.)How many moles of sodium bromide can be formed from 1.55 moles of aluminum bromide?

b.)How many moles of aluminum hydroxide may be formed from 4.65 moles of sodium hydroxide?

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