In all chemical reactions:
reactants → products
The greater the amount of reactants used, the greater the amount of products produced.
The total mass of reactants used is equal to the total mass of the products made.
For any one reaction, the ratio of reactant to product does not change. So if the ratio of mass of reactants to mass of products is known, the mass produced by any mass of reactant can be calculated:
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