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1-What are the characteristics of the benzene molecule and those of the obtained product(1,2,3,4,5,6-hexachlorocyclo hexane).

2-The volume of used chlorine Cl when added to benzene is 240cm^3.
What minimal volume of benzene is needed so that all of chlorine reacts?
benzene density=880kg/m^3
molar volume= 24l

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