1.37 A solution of acetic acid weighing 19.7 g. The two substances react, releasing carbon dioxide gas to the atmosphere. After reaction, the contents of the reaction vessel weigh 28.7 g. What is the mass of carbon dioxide given off during the reaction? 1.38 Some iron wire weighing 5.6 g is placed in a beaker and covered with 15.0 g of dilute hydrochloric acid. The acid reacts with the metal and gives off hydrogen gas, which escapes into the surrounding air. After reaction, the contents of the beaker weigh 20.4 g. What is the mass of hydrogen gas produced by the reaction? g sample of SOdium carbonate is added to a హరెడడ తరను www. 1.39 Zinc metal reacts with yellow crystals of sulfur in fiery reaction to produce a white powder of zinc sulfide. A chemist determines that 65.4 g of zinc reacts with 32.1 g of sulfur. How many grams of zinc sulfide could be produced from 36.9 g of zinc metal? a 1.40 Aluminum metal reacts with bromine, a red-brown liquid with a noxious odor. The reaction is vigorous and produces aluminum bromide, a white crystalline substance. A sample of 27.0 g of aluminum yields. 266.7 g of alu- minum bromide. How many grams of bromine react with 18.1 g of aluminum? Solids, Liquids, and Gases 1.41 Give the normal state (solid, liquid, or gas) of each of the following. a sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda) b isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) c carbon monoxide

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1.37 A
solution of acetic acid weighing 19.7 g. The two substances
react, releasing carbon dioxide gas to the atmosphere. After
reaction, the contents of the reaction vessel weigh 28.7 g.
What is the mass of carbon dioxide given off during the
reaction?
1.38 Some iron wire weighing 5.6 g is placed in a beaker
and covered with 15.0 g of dilute hydrochloric acid. The
acid reacts with the metal and gives off hydrogen gas,
which escapes into the surrounding air. After reaction, the
contents of the beaker weigh 20.4 g. What is the mass of
hydrogen gas produced by the reaction?
g sample of SOdium carbonate is added to a
హరెడడ తరను
www.
1.39 Zinc metal reacts with yellow crystals of sulfur in
fiery reaction to produce a white powder of zinc sulfide. A
chemist determines that 65.4 g of zinc reacts with 32.1 g of
sulfur. How many grams of zinc sulfide could be produced
from 36.9 g of zinc metal?
a
1.40 Aluminum metal reacts with bromine, a red-brown
liquid with a noxious odor. The reaction is vigorous and
produces aluminum bromide, a white crystalline substance.
A sample of 27.0 g of aluminum yields. 266.7 g of alu-
minum bromide. How many grams of bromine react with
18.1 g of aluminum?
Solids, Liquids, and Gases
1.41 Give the normal state (solid, liquid, or gas) of each
of the following.
a sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda)
b isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol)
c carbon monoxide

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1.37 A solution of acetic acid weighing 19.7 g. The two substances react, releasing carbon dioxide gas to the atmosphere. After reaction, the contents of the reaction vessel weigh 28.7 g. What is the mass of carbon dioxide given off during the reaction? 1.38 Some iron wire weighing 5.6 g is placed in a beaker and covered with 15.0 g of dilute hydrochloric acid. The acid reacts with the metal and gives off hydrogen gas, which escapes into the surrounding air. After reaction, the contents of the beaker weigh 20.4 g. What is the mass of hydrogen gas produced by the reaction? g sample of SOdium carbonate is added to a హరెడడ తరను www. 1.39 Zinc metal reacts with yellow crystals of sulfur in fiery reaction to produce a white powder of zinc sulfide. A chemist determines that 65.4 g of zinc reacts with 32.1 g of sulfur. How many grams of zinc sulfide could be produced from 36.9 g of zinc metal? a 1.40 Aluminum metal reacts with bromine, a red-brown liquid with a noxious odor. The reaction is vigorous and produces aluminum bromide, a white crystalline substance. A sample of 27.0 g of aluminum yields. 266.7 g of alu- minum bromide. How many grams of bromine react with 18.1 g of aluminum? Solids, Liquids, and Gases 1.41 Give the normal state (solid, liquid, or gas) of each of the following. a sodium hydrogen carbonate (baking soda) b isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) c carbon monoxide

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