The correct answer is 2.75 grams of HCl.
The given balanced equation is:
CaCO₃ (s) + 2HCl (aq) ⇒ CaCl₂ (aq) + H₂O (l) + CO₂ (g)
Based on the given information, one mole of calcium carbonate is reacting with two moles of HCl. The molecular mass of HCl is 36.5 grams, thus, the mass of 2 moles of HCl will be, 36.5 × 2 = 73 grams
The molecular mass of CaCO₃ is 100 gram per mole, that is, the mass of 1 mole of CaCO₃ is 100 grams, therefore, the mass of HCl required for reacting with 3.75 grams of CaCO₃ will be,
= 3.75 × 2 × 36.5 / 100 = 2.74 grams of HCl.
i think it is d. e because the next one is igneous.
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