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Problem: A 15.0-L rigid container was charged with 0.500 atm of krypton gas and 1.50 atm of chlorine gas at 350.°C. The krypton and chlorine react to form krypton tetrachloride. What mass of krypton tetrachloride can be produced assuming 100% yield?

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Concept: Ideal Gas Law with Stoichiometry.

Using the Ideal Gas Law, solve for n (moles of krypton tetrachloride).

Convert moles to grams using the molar mass of krypton tetrachloride.

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A 15.0-L rigid container was charged with 0.500 atm of krypton gas and 1.50 atm of chlorine gas at 350.°C. The krypton and chlorine react to form krypton tetrachloride. What mass of krypton tetrachloride can be produced assuming 100% yield?

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