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Calculate the mass of CaCl2 formed when 5 moles of chlorine reacts with chlorine metal?

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  1. well, you'll use up 2.5 moles of Ca, right?
    So add up the molar mass of 2.5Ca + 5Cl

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    posted by oobleck
  2. Ca + Cl₂ => CaCl₂ is a 1 to 1 reaction ratio => 5 moles Cl₂ would then require 5 moles Ca.

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    posted by Doc48
  3. Oops. My bad. Forgot to note that it's Cl2, not just Cl.

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  4. Student in ethiopia i am clever

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