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Suppose the following:

HO-C(H2)-C(H2)-OH + 2 HI --> I-C(H2)-C(H2)-I + water

How many mL of the first compound* are needed to react with 9.3 grams of HI? (The density of the first compound is A = 1.11 g/mL)

*by first compound, i mean HO-C(H2)-C(H2)-OH

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