# Problem: For the following balanced reaction, 4C6H5Cl + SiCl4 + 8Na → (C6H5)4Si + 8NaCl If the reaction produces (C6H5)4Si in a 96.3 % yield, then how many grams of C 6H5Cl will be necessary to make 152.0 g of (C6H5)4Si?

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For the following balanced reaction,

4C6H5Cl + SiCl4 + 8Na → (C6H5)4Si + 8NaCl

If the reaction produces (C6H5)4Si in a 96.3 % yield, then how many grams of C 6H5Cl will be necessary to make 152.0 g of (C6H5)4Si?

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