Calcium carbonate reacts with aqueous `HCl` to give `CaCl_2` and `CO_2` according to the reaction given below: `CaCO_

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Q 3162856735.     Calcium carbonate reacts with aqueous `HCl` to
give `CaCl_2` and `CO_2` according to the reaction
given below:
`CaCO_3(s) + 2HCl(aq) -> CaCl_2(aq)`
`+ C02(g) + H_2) (l)`
What mass of `CaCI_2` will be formed when
`250 ml` of `0. 76 M HCl` reacts with `1000 g` of
`CaCO_3` ? Name the limiting reagent. Calculate
the number of moles of `CaCL_2` formed in the
reaction.

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