Answer to Question #21010 in Inorganic Chemistry for josh
how many moles of calcium will be made if 3,86 moles of potassium reacts with excess calcium nitride?
According to reaction below, when calcium nitride reacts with 6 moles of potassium, 3 moles of calcium is produced.& Thus, 0.5 * 3.86 moles& = 1.93 moles of calcium will be made if 3.86 moles of potassium reacts with excess calcium nitride. Ca3N2 + 6 K = 3 Ca + 2 K3N Answer:& 1.93 moles of calcium.
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