How many moles of H2O could be obtained by reacting 0.75 mole of H2O2 in the reaction H2O2+H2S→2H2O+S?
What does the stoichiometry say..........? It says that
You have the stoichiometric reaction:
Is it balanced? For every reactant particle is there a corresponding product particle? There must be if the reaction represents chemical reality. It is balanced, and you have done the work not me. The reaction tells me UNEQUIVOCALLY that
Your starting conditions propose that
And note that
1.5 moles of water could be obtained.
First, we always want the balanced chemical equation as this tells us the proportions that the reactants will react in, and how much of the products are formed.
This equation tells us that for every mole of
Multiply the given mol
You can reason out the answer without having to do the math. Notice by looking at the balanced equation, that for every one mole of