# Gas Law Quiz 2 - Gas Generation Question

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 If I collect the hydrogen gas from the above chemical reaction and the hydrogen gas occupied 4.06L at a temperature of 103degC and pressure of 2.41E3 mmHg, how many grams of potassium reacted. Assume all gas was collected, no other chemical reaction occurred and potassium was the limiting reactant.
 If I collect the hydrogen gas from the above chemical reaction and the hydrogen gas occupied 4.06L at a temperature of 103°C and pressure of 2.41E3 mmHg, how many grams of potassium reacted. Assume all gas was collected, no other chemical reaction occurred and potassium was the limiting reactant.

Potassium metal will react with a hydrochloric acid solution to produce hydrogen gas and an aqueous solution of potassium chloride as described below:

2 K(s)  +  2 H1Cl1 (aq)  -->  1 H2 (g)  +  2 K1Cl1 (aq)

If I collect the hydrogen gas from the above chemical reaction and the hydrogen gas occupied 4.06L at a temperature of 103°C and pressure of 2.41E3 mmHg, how many grams of potassium reacted. Assume all gas was collected, no other chemical reaction occurred and potassium was the limiting reactant.

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