# If a 34.7*L quantity of dihydrogen gas reacts with stoichiometric Cl_2, what VOLUME of HCl(g) will result under standard conditions?

Feb 16, 2017

Look at the stoichiometry.........approx. $70 \cdot L$ of $\text{hydrogen chloride}$ gas will result.
$\text{Look at the stoichiometry.........}$
${H}_{2} \left(g\right) + C {l}_{2} \left(g\right) \rightarrow 2 H C l \left(g\right)$
If a $34.7 \cdot L$ volume of $\text{dihydrogen}$ react, then under equiv conditions of temperature and pressure, a $69.4 \cdot L$ volume of $\text{hydrogen chloride}$ gas will result. This is explicitly specified by the stoichiometric equation as given.