# Cucl2 + H2S = Cus + Hcl (Copper (Ii) Chloride + Hydrochloric Acid)

Enter a chemical equation to balance: Balanced equation: CUCl2 + H2S = CUS + 2 HCl Reaction type: double replacement

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Reaction stoichiometry Limiting reagent Compound Coefficient Molar Mass Moles Weight CUCl2 1 320.94561 H2S 1 34.08088 CUS 1 282.10461 HCl 2 36.46094

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