_____ St®ic1®?etF?y Statl®ri review Period: Name: bate:__________ birections: Answer all the questions correctly and concisely, Show a/I work anç’ units for each calculation in order to receive credit! i / i v’ ThflQJi#1: 6-z1r7 — 7 M ‘i,1; ( la) Suppose 3.5g of calcium chloride reacts with 63g of silver nitrate. How many moles of calcium nitrate would be produced? betermine the limiting and excess reactants. Balanced Equation Z03 C&C12 F2,4C] 2 ) 3 &t(AJO !aX1a )iL T7mo1’ LR: 1aUO3 ER______ U ib) Suppose 2.6g of calcium chloride reacts with 4.8g of silver nitrate. How many moles of silver chloride would be produced? betermine the limiting and excess reactants. ) 3 &(‘w Balanced Equation q 3 ,4JT j ’Jo 1 a/ 3 /LôI I j I _2. L: J / v;’ .1 E ci 0. O2,,ic/ __________L ThIQFL#2: 2a) How many grams of fluorine gas must be reacted with sodium chloride in order to produce 3.67g of sodium fluoride? Balanced Equation: -? 5 3c7 I / )Thc/ ‘S 3 / qz iinoi FJ Zm1LkLf ..-,.- .5., _I_. • c_ I )‘ I— I - 2b) How many grams of chlorine gas must be reacted with sodium bromide in order to produce 9.5g of sodium chloride? 1MSv Balanced Equation: Zt’J6t/ 7 9:53 ‘3 // / fro/ 6ti-S 3 0 z- af/ Jii1 2 Ci’ , ]QN#3: 3a) How many moles of oxygen gas must be reacted with iron in order to produce 23.5g of iron III oxide (rust)? Balanced Equation Z c 2 23.5 ,1 i &z- oJ , 3 / ‘ / , _1 .-- 3b) How many moles of iron must be reacted with oxygen gas in order to produce 18.6g of iron III oxide (rust)? 3 Balanced Equation: ‘1 2- 2 2 1 2 •---f” //Og ••) :, //;i ) E ‘I) 0 C 0 £ 0 £ 01 > 0 0 £ ç-t C 0 £ 4— ‘I) .4U 0 IiL Ho zs V)Q.. .2 •‘ 0 w 0 J U cS ci (J (C 0 U 0 U 4- 0 U 0 0 E a C 0 Ui 0 ‘ o > U 0 0_ (J) O C’ -o :, U L r’J - _. j L?Th3 - I U C’. L 0 ) —Th cc i _________ _______ tR T 6a) Suppose 3.5g of magnesium hydroxide reacts with 0.5 moles of nitric acid. How many moles of water would be produced? betermine the limiting and excess reactants. alanced Equation M t2ff) 2 2W 3 ZIIA)O ,,.iO) 6 0i M(oy)L 7o/ . ::1 . 7 /t4t915W) mc, ;,Ylo/ OM/ 5 Tz,i u lit MO 3 L 6b) Suppose 0.065 moles of magnesium hydroxide reacts with 2.5g of nitric acid. How many moles of magnesium nitrate would be produced? betermine the limiting and excess reactants. balanced Equation /14, LoW) -_ O.,9n-to) ‘fbi O# ôm/ 3 Lft EI: OO2Omo/ p4 -2. 7a) Suppose 6. 5g of hydrochloric acid decomposes. How many moles of hydrogen gas will be produced? 2 alanced Equation = frC I 142 + Qz 1 (Q253 / mc’ /z 7b) Suppose 23of hydrochloric acid decomposes, How many moles of chlorine gas will be produced? Balanced Equation = e b’ / /2_ Z.37 Wal /e1 10 1/ I CII 8a) Suppose 095 moles of hydrochloric acid reacts with aluminum. How many moles of aluminum chloride will be produced? 2 Balanced Equation 3 e/ O76vu’1 0 3h’a 9a/ ///,‘ A] CL 3 8b) Suppose 0.25 moles of hydrochloric acid reacts with aluminum. How many moles of hydrogen gas will be produced? Balanced Equation 6 W C / f 2- / 3 2 M Cl flio/ I /

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