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posted by jen .
Of 1.00g of A reacts with 1.50g of B, what is the mass of C
how do i do this? Law of conservationn of mass, but not sure where to start?

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DrBob222
...........A + B ==> C
I........1.00..1.50...0
C.......1.00.1.50..2.50
E.........0.....0....2.50
When chemistry fails turn to apples (A) and oranges (B). If you have 4 lbs apples in a basket and 4 lbs oranges in the same basket, you have 8 lbs of C(total mass of fruit).
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