For The Formation Of 3.65 G Of Hydrogen Chloride Gas, What Volumes Of Hydrogen Gas And Chlorine Gas Are Required At N.T.P. Conditions? 

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For the formation of 3.65 g of hydrogen chloride gas, what volumes of hydrogen gas and chlorine gas are required at N.T.P. conditions? 


Correct option is

1.12 lit, 1.12 lit


H2 (g)    +    Cl2 (g)    →   2 HCl (g)

1 mole      1 mole            2 mole




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