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According to the following reaction, how many moles of hydrogen iodide will
be formed upon the complete reaction of 30.0 grams of hydrogen gas with excess
iodine?

hydrogen (g) + iodine (s) hydrogen iodide (g)

moles hydrogen iodide

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    See the other post on limiting reaction. Be certain to change the 30g to moles.

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    24.99

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