According to equation 1 mole of F₂ reacts with 1 mole of CaBr₂. So, As, 199.89 g CaBr₂ reacts with = 1 mole of F₂ Then, 2.67 g of CaBr₂ will react with = X mole of F₂ Solving for X, X = (2.67 g × 1 mole) ÷ 199.89 g
X = 0.0133 moles of F₂
Now, Covert moles of F₂ into Volume, Assuming it as Ideal gas, So, Acc. to Ideal Gas Equation
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