Get an answer in 5 minutes

We'll notify as soon as your question has been answered.

Plus iconAsk a question to our educators
CHEMISTRY
Asked by Bizuwerk

Ch4(g)+3Cl2(g)=ChCl3(g)+3HCl(g) how many grams of Ch4 is needed to produce 37.5g of ChCl3?

In the equation the ratio of moles of CH4 to CHCl3 is equal, therefore there are equal moles present. Use the relative atomic mass of CHCl3 to work out how many moles are present and apply that to how many moles of CH4 are present. This can be done using the moles=mass/Mr. With the amount of moles of CH4 known, you can use the same equation to work out mass.

Katie's profile picture
Verified
Katie Belli
·

538 students helped

Similar Chemistry questions

Get an answer in 5 minutes

We'll notify as soon as your question has been answered.

Plus iconAsk a question to our educators

Badge showing the text 'New'Learn Chemistry with Video Lessons

A-Level Physical Chemistry
1hr 9m · 7 videos
Ibrahim's profile picture
Ibrahim Dangra
·

610 students helped

A-Level Physical Chemistry
GCSE Chemistry: The Basics
12m · 2 videos
Beatrix's profile picture
Beatrix Huissoon
·

872 students helped

GCSE Chemistry: The Basics

Premium video lessons available now on Scoodle

50% discount available

Scoodle's video lessons make learning easy and fun. Try it for yourself, the first lesson is free!