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Slacked lime is Calcium hydroxide.  Ca (OH)₂

2 NH₄ Cl (s)  + Ca (OH)₂ (s)  ==>    Ca Cl₂ (s)  + 2 NH₄ (OH)
                                       ==>    Ca Cl₂ (s)  + 2 NH₃ + 2 H₂O

1 mole of slacked lime = 74 gms, reacts with 2 moles = 2 * 53.5 gms of ammonium chloride. 

So 6 gms of ammonium chloride reacts with 6 * 74 / 107  = 4.1495 gms of slacked lime.

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