# Your question: What is the mole ratio of propane and carbon dioxide?

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Explanation: For propane we have 3 carbons and 8 hydrogen atoms, so the gram-molecular weight is (312 + 81) = 44g/mol. The mole ratio of oxygen to carbon dioxide is 5:3, so for every five moles of oxygen reacted, three moles of carbon dioxide are produced.

## What is the mole ratio of CO2?

The chemical formula tells us the mole ratio. CO2 = 1 CO2 molecule : 1 C atom : 2 O atoms. 1 C12H22O11 molecule: 12 O2 molecules : 12 CO2 molecules : 11 H2O molecules.

## What is the mole ratio of oxygen to carbon dioxide in the combustion reaction for propane C3H8 5o2 3co2 4h2o?

Explanation: a) Using the mole ratio from the equation, 5 mols of O2 will produce 3 mols of CO2 . Therefore, the ratio of O2 used to CO2 produced will be 1:35 .

## What is the mole to mole ratio of water to propane?

A balanced equation gives you the ratio of products to reactants; for every 1 mole of propane we get 4 moles of water. So the answer is going to be our moles of propane times 4.

## What is the mole ratio of CO2 to c2h2?

The chemical formula tells us the mole ratio. CO2 = 1 CO2 molecule : 1 C atom : 2 O atoms. 1 C12H22O11 molecule: 12 O2 molecules : 12 CO2 molecules : 11 H2O molecules.

## What is the mole ratio of c4h10 to co2?

The mole ratio of C₄H₁₀ and CO₂ is 2 : 8, which simplifies to 1 : 4.

## What is the ratio of carbon dioxide?

The ‘ratio by mass of atoms’ present in the Carbon-dioxide molecule is 3:8.

## What is the ratio of oxygen to propane?

Propane has greater stoichiometric oxygen requirements than acetylene. For the maximum flame temperature in oxygen, the ratio of the volume of oxygen to fuel gas are 1,2 to 1 for acetylene and 4.3 to 1 for propane.

## How many moles of of CO2 are produced when 10 moles of propane are burned?

There will be 30 moles of carbon dioxide that will be released into the air.