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Hi My name is Sarah and I need help.

Titanium tetrachloride (a gas), carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide can be created from the reaction of titanium (IV) oxide with carbon and chlorine. Iw much (in grams) of each of the excess reagents remain after the reaction takes place?

This is the formula: I Think 

2TiCl4+Co+Co2=3TiO2+4Cl2+c

 

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Small correction. Co is symbol of Cobalt. CO is formuła of carbon monoxide. Use proper small and capital letters. Some teachers might not accept sloppiness.

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