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the complete and balanced chemical equation is:


a. how many moles of calcium sulfate will be produced from 100 grams of sulfuric acid?

b. calculate the weight of water produced from 7000 moles of calcium hydroxide.

c. what is the desired weight of calcium hydroxide to produce 5kg of calcium sulfate?



A) mol CaSO4 = 100 g H2SO4 x (1mol H2SO4/98.08g H2SO4) x (1mol CaSO4/1mol H2SO4) = 1.02 mol CaSO4

b) g H2O = 7000 mol Ca(OH)2 x (74.10g Ca(OH)2/1mol Ca(OH)2) x (2 mol H2O/1mol Ca(OH)2) x (18.02 g H2O/1mol H2O) =1.869 x 10(exp7) g H2O
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