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How many moles of chlorine are needed to react with 3.30 moles of aluminum?

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    balance the reaction:

    2Al + 3Cl2 >> 2AlCl3

    so 3/2 moles of Cl2 for each mole of AL.

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    3/2 times 3.30?

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    and another question how many moles of product are formed in the reaction? thank you so much!

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