Cynthia M.

asked • 05/29/17

If 16.5 g of Al are reacted with 39.2 g of chlorine gas, then aluminum chloride is formed.

  1. Which reactant is the limiting reactant?
  2. What is the theoretical yield?
Formula: 2 Al + 3 Cl2 = 2 AlCl3 (already balanced)
Show all work for the two questions please

1 Expert Answer


Zach N.

What would it look like if the limiting reactant was chlorine instead of aluminum?


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