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Meehan98

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I need a little help with this problem. Calculate how many moles of BCl3 are produced from the reaction of 61.0g of B203?

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    \[B _{2}O _{3} (s) + 3C (s) + 3Cl _{2} (g) \rightarrow 2BCl _{3} (g) +3CO (g)\]

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    I know that my conversion is wrong somehow; I just need someone to confirm where. \[\frac{ 61g B _{2}O _{3} }{ 1 } X \frac{ 1 mol B _{2}O _{3} }{ 69.62g B _{2}O _{3} } X \frac{ 2 mol BCl _{3} }{ 1 mol B _{2} O _{3}}=1.75 mol BCl _{3}\]

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    This is the exact question.

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