Consider the balanced chemical equation below. 2 A ⟶ C + 4 D How many moles of D would be produced if 6 moles of A w

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Consider the balanced chemical equation below.

2 A ⟶ C + 4 D

How many moles of D would be produced if 6 moles of A were used?

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Thu Giang 7 months 2021-07-13T17:57:20+00:00 1 Answers 1 views 0

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    2021-07-13T17:58:37+00:00

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    here \: is \: your \: explanation : -  \\  \\ given \: balanced \:equation \:  =  >  \\  \\  2  A=>C \: + \: 4D \\  \\ by \: this \: equation \: we \: get \:  \\  \\ 2 \: moles \: of \:  A \: produce \: 4 \: moles \:  \\  \\ of \: D \\  \\ hence \: . \: 1 \: mole \: can \: produce \:  = 4 \div 2 \\  \\  =  > 2 \: moles \:  \\  \\ so \: if \: 6 \: moles \: of \:  A \: used \: then \:  \\  \\ amount \: of \: D \: produced \:  = (6 \times 2) \\  \\  =  > 12 \: moles \: of \: D \\  \\ \mathcal\blue{ Hope \:  it \:  helps \:  you \:  (. ❛ ᴗ ❛.) }

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