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Please Help! I am confused. Hydrogen and oxygen react with each other according to the equation : 2 H2(g) + O2(g) ----->2 H2O (g) If 5 moles of O2 react with an unlimited amount of hydrogen, how many mole of H2O will be produced?

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  1. Jimboslice
    • one year ago
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    the ration of O2 to H2O is 1:2. so 5 moles of O2 will produce 10 moles of H2O.

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