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According to the following reaction, how many moles of carbon monoxide will be formed upon the complete reaction of 23.1 grams of benzene (C6H6) with excess oxygen gas? benzene (C6H6) (l) + oxygen (g) carbon monoxide (g) + water (g)

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    C6H6 + O2 --> CO + H2O balance equation... 2C6H6 + 9O2 --> 12CO + 6H2O since it stated oxygen is excess, we dont have to worry about limiting reagents now it's just stoichiometry to find moles of CO

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