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If 10 g of C2H2 is mixed with 80 g of Br2, what masses of c2h2br2 and c2h2br4 will be formed? Assume that all the C2H2 has reacted.

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  1. If 10 g of C2H2 is mixed with 80 g of Br2, what masses of c2h2br2 and c2h2br4 will be formed? Assume that all the C2H2 has reacted.

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