﻿   In the following reaction,              2 mol MnO2 reacts with 4 mol of HCl to form 11.2 L  at STP. Thus, per cent yield of  is  : Kaysons Education

# In The Following Reaction,              2 Mol MnO2 reacts With 4 Mol Of HCl To Form 11.2 L  at STP. Thus, Per Cent Yield Of  is

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Correct option is

50 %

2 mol       4 mol                                     1 mol

4 mol                                     22.4 L

But the yield is 11.2.

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