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A computer chip manufacturer is interested in buying the process that a chemist is using to make pure silicon. In the demonstration of the process, the chemist uses 200.0 g of SiCl4 to produce 25.0g of silicon. If the manufacturer wants a process that id efficient and cost effective, should it purchase the process that this chemist demonstrates? A. Yes because this process is good with an efficiency of about 75%. B. No because this process is weak with an Efficiency of about 40%. C. Yes because this process is excellent with an efficiency of about 95%. D. No because this process is average wi

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