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### CBSE - XI Science - Chemistry

2CoF3

(CH2)n + 4n CoF3 -----> (CF2)n + 2n HF + 4n CoF2

calculate how much F2 will be consumed to produce 1kg of (CF2)n.

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# From the following reactions, 2CoF2 + F2 -------> 2CoF3 (CH2)n + 4n CoF3 -----> (CF2)n + 2n HF + 4n CoF2 calculate how much F2 will be consumed to produce 1kg of (CF2)n.

Asked by Harsh 24th March 2017, 5:53 PM

Answered by Expert 24th March 2017, 6:17 PM

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