# Chemistry

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How many grams of KCl would be formed in the reaction of 3.000 g of K2CO3 and HCl?

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write and balance the equation.
then figure the moles of potassium carbonate.

Look at the mole ratio of KCl to potassium carbonate.

Multipy the originalmoles of postassium carbonate by that ratio, and you have the moles of KCl. Convert that to grams.

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