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How many moles of hydrogen gas are produced when 0.066 mole of sodium is completely reacted?

Justin Parker

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Carlton Burgess on July 9, 2018

Based on my research the complete reaction of the hydrogen and sodium form for this equation 2Na + 2H2O = 2NaOH +H2 If we have the basis of this equation is shown as the ratio of moles of products and reactants taking part in the reaction1 mol of Na r/w 1 mole of water to produce .5 mole of Hydrogen, therefore, .066 mol of Na produces .033 moles of H2

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