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Tiger coops
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Hey, I have this question and many like it I just don't remember how to work out... Anyone help?

TiCl⁴ (l) + 2H²O (l) --> 4HCl (aq) + TiO²(s)
The reaction produced 0.240 mol of HCl, find the original mass of TiCl⁴

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(Original post by Tiger coops)
Hey, I have this question and many like it I just don't remember how to work out... Anyone help?

TiCl⁴ (l) + 2H²O (l) --> 4HCl (aq) + TiO²(s)
The reaction produced 0.240 mol of HCl, find the original mass of TiCl⁴

Thanks guys
pls no one shout at me if this is wrong, i did my a level in june and i dont remember that much but i did get an A
(just checking, you dont have the percentage yield or anything?)
HCl : TiCl4
4:1
0.24: 0.06
so you have 0.06 moles of TiCl4 and then you find the mass using mass= moles x molar mass
i really hope thats correct?!
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