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Find the number of grams of oxygen that will be needed to burn 1.06 moles of methane, CH4 to produce carbon dioxide and water
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Find the number of grams of oxygen that will be needed to burn 1.06 moles of methane, CH4 to produce carbon dioxide and water
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1) Balance the equation: CH4 + 2O2 > CO2 + 2H20 2) mol > mol > grams (1.06 mol CH4)(2 mol O2/ 1 mol CH4)(32.00 g O2 / 1 mol O2) = 67.8g O2
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67.84 g of O2 requires to burn 1.06 moles of methane
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