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1.2 mol HCl and 3.9 mol NaOH react to this equation,
HCl + NaOH=NaCl + H20
If the limited reactant id HCl, calculate the amount of NaCl formed in moles.

Please help and explain how to solve this so I may understand it better please and thank you.

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  1. I = initial; i.e., start
    C = change
    E = equilibrium; end

    .......HCl + NaOH ==> NaCl + H2O
    I......1.2...3.9.......0......0
    C.....-1.2..-1.2......+1.2...+1.2
    E......0.....2.7.......1.2....1.2

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