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Aluminum hydroxide reacts with sulfuric acid according to the balanced equation 2 Al(OH)3 + 3 H2SO4 ? Al2(SO4)3 + 6 H2OIf you react 0.450 moles of aluminum hydroxide with 355 milliliters of 6.0 M sulfuric acid, which reagent is the limiting reactant? How many grams of Al2(SO4)3 can you make?365(1/197)(1/3)(342/1) 211.2135.1(1/78)(1/2)(342/1) 76.95is it Al(OH)3 and the most you could make is 76.05 grams


Carbon fiber bikes are much lighter and stronger than aluminum bikes, but if you are only going to use it once in a while I suggest aluminum.
I have aluminum with carbon forks and seat post and I love it.
IMO if you're that far up the price range then go for the carbonCheck out the diamondback podium 5Super light carbon frame at a decent priceStock wheels are meh but that's an easy upgrade down the road
Honestly, it DOESN'T matter what frame material, just how well it's built and design, I have a caad10, super smooth ride, aluminum, better than a lot of carbon bikesBut you can have an aluminum bike from walmart that rides terrible and is complete trashSame goes with carbon, you have good carbon and bad carbonIf I were you, i'd try out as many bikes as possible and not worry about frame materialI mean rodriguez made a 14lb steel bike, and when cyclists hear the word steel they quickly associate it with heavySo don't worry about frame material, just worry about a bike that feels the most comfortable.
2 Al(OH)3 + 3 H2SO4 → Al2(SO4)3 + 6 H2O (0.355 L) x (6.0 mol/L) 2.13 mol H2SO4 2.13 moles of H2SO4 would react completely with 2.13 x (2/3) 1.42 mole of Al(OH)3, but there is not that much Al(OH)3 present, so Al(OH)3 is the limiting reactant( 0.450 mol Al(OH)3) x (1/2) x (342.1527 g Al2(SO4)3/mol) 77.0 g Al2(SO4)3 Your calculations would be correct if you had rounded correctly and reported the correct number of significant digits in the last line.

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