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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

How many grams of magnesium oxide can be produced when 125 g Mg react with 102 g O2?

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  1. anonymous
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    I would first start off by writing a balanced chemical equation.

  2. anonymous
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    it's 2Mg+O2-> 2MgO

  3. anonymous
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    alright now we need to convert mass of each compound and convert it to moles and do some stoicheometry to change both to mgo so we can identify the limiting reagent.

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