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Consider reaction : C2H4 + 3O2 > 2CO2 + 2H20
When O2 is decreasing at 3.6 mol/Ls, how fast is CO2 increasing?
My answer is 2.4 mol/Ls.
Am I correct or wrong? If I'm wrong, pls tell me how to calculate correctly. Thanks!
 one year ago
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Consider reaction : C2H4 + 3O2 > 2CO2 + 2H20 When O2 is decreasing at 3.6 mol/Ls, how fast is CO2 increasing? My answer is 2.4 mol/Ls. Am I correct or wrong? If I'm wrong, pls tell me how to calculate correctly. Thanks!
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it's very much CORRECT :)
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