Mass in g of 1chloropropane (C3H7Cl) produced if 400 grams of propane react with excess Cl gas according to the equation C3H8 + Cl2 > C3H7Cl + HCl?
PLEASE ANSWER SOON.
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C3H8 + Cl2 → C3H7Cl + HCl
(400 g C3H8) / (44.0959 g/mol) x (1/1) x (78.5412 g/mol) = 712 g C3H7Cl
I'm making no assertion about how much 1chloropropane is produced, since 2chloropropane is also possible. There will be 712 g in total of chorinated propanes with molecular formula C3H7Cl.
(400 g C3H8) / (44.0959 g/mol) x (1/1) x (78.5412 g/mol) = 712 g C3H7Cl
I'm making no assertion about how much 1chloropropane is produced, since 2chloropropane is also possible. There will be 712 g in total of chorinated propanes with molecular formula C3H7Cl.