(a) Interpretation: Balance the reaction and find the limiting reactant. Then calculate the mass of each product that is expected after the complete consumption of the limiting reactant. Concept Introduction: For the given unbalanced equations, the mass of each reactant taken is given. The reaction needs to be balanced and the number of moles of each reactant needs to be calculated and compared to find the limiting reactant. Finally, by comparing the number of moles of the limiting reactant with the number of moles of each product, the number of moles of the product formed after complete reaction can be determined and then the mass of each product can be calculated.

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Chapter 9, Problem 46QAP
Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

Balance the reaction and find the limiting reactant. Then calculate the mass of each product that is expected after the complete consumption of the limiting reactant.

Concept Introduction:

For the given unbalanced equations, the mass of each reactant taken is given. The reaction needs to be balanced and the number of moles of each reactant needs to be calculated and compared to find the limiting reactant. Finally, by comparing the number of moles of the limiting reactant with the number of moles of each product, the number of moles of the product formed after complete reaction can be determined and then the mass of each product can be calculated.

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

Balance the reaction and find the limiting reactant. Then calculate the mass of each product that is expected after the complete consumption of the limiting reactant.

Concept Introduction:

For the given unbalanced equations, the mass of each reactant taken is given. The reaction needs to be balanced and the number of moles of each reactant needs to be calculated and compared to find the limiting reactant. Finally by comparing the number of moles of the limiting reactant with the number of moles of each product, the number of moles of the product formed after complete reaction can be determined and then the mass of each product can be calculated.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

Balance the reaction and find the limiting reactant. Then calculate the mass of each product that is expected after the complete consumption of the limiting reactant.

Concept Introduction:

For the given unbalanced equations, the mass of each reactant taken is given. The reaction needs to be balanced and the number of moles of each reactant needs to be calculated and compared to find the limiting reactant. Finally by comparing the number of moles of the limiting reactant with the number of moles of each product, the number of moles of the product formed after complete reaction can be determined and then the mass of each product can be calculated.

Interpretation Introduction

(d)

Interpretation:

Balance the reaction and find the limiting reactant. Then calculate the mass of each product that is expected after the complete consumption of the limiting reactant.

Concept Introduction:

For the given unbalanced equations, the mass of each reactant taken is given. The reaction needs to be balanced and the number of moles of each reactant needs to be calculated and compared to find the limiting reactant. Finally, by comparing the number of moles of the limiting reactant with the number of moles of each product, the number of moles of the product formed after complete reaction can be determined and then the mass of each product can be calculated.

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