• Card 6 / 112: If the temperature and pressure are kept constant during the process, how many liters of TiCl4 gas will be produced when 20.0 L of chlorine react with titanium, according to the reaction: Ti(s) + 2 Cl2(g) TiCl4(g)?
    A) 5.00 L
    B) 10.0 L
    C) 20.0 L
    D) 40.0 L

    Answer:
    B) 10.0 L

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