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carbon react with chlorine to form ccl4 .36gm of carbon was mixed with 142gmof ccl2.calculate mass of ccl4 produce and remaining mass of reactant

The reaction is;

C   +   2Cl2 → CCl4
12 g    4×35.5g

The mass of chlorine is less than required to formed CCl4
Therfeore, chlorine is the limiting reagent.

142 g of Cl2 reacts with 12 g of Carbon.

So, mass of carbon is in excess.

142 g of Cl2 gives 154 g of CCl4

Therefore mass of CCl4 produced is 154 gm.

Mass of carbon left = 36 − 12 = 24 gm

Mass of chlorine left = 0 gm
Answered by Varsha | 17 Feb, 2020, 10:40: AM

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