Your question: How many moles of CO2 are produced when 10 4 moles of propane gas is burned in excess oxygen?

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.

How many moles 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.

How many moles of CO2 are produced when 10.4 of propane gas is burned in excess oxygen?

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The formula of propane is C3H8. The reaction equation is C3H8 + 5O2 = 3CO2 + 4H2O. So the ratio of mol number of propane and CO2 is 1:3. So the CO2 has 10.4*3=31.2 mol.

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How many moles of CO2 are produced when 2.0 mol of propane are burned in an excess of oxygen?

This tells you that when 1 mole of propane undergoes combustion, 3 moles of carbon dioxide are produced.

How many moles of CO2 are produced when 10 moles of oxygen gas react with excess propane?

The reaction will form 0.188 mol of CO2 .

How many moles are in 30 grams of CO2?

30g/44g is . 68 moles.

How many moles of CO2 are produced when 19.3 mol of propane gas is burned in excess oxygen?

57.9mol of co2 is the answer.

What is the first rule of stoichiometry?

the first step in any stoichiometric problem is to always ensure that the chemical reaction you are dealing with is balanced, clarity of the concept of a ‘mole’ and the relationship between ‘amount (grams)’ and ‘moles’.

What is the mole ratio of hydrogen to methane?

There are 1.0×1025 atoms of hydrogen in 4.2 moles methane.

How many grams of oxygen gas will completely react with 3.8 moles of propane?

grams of Oxygen gas will completely react with 3.8 moles of Propane is 31.58.

How many moles of carbon dioxide are formed when 40 moles of oxygen is consumed?

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Now you have 40 moles of O2 so you make the proportion: 40.0 mol O2 * [3 mol CO2 / 5 mol O2] = 24.0 mol CO2.

How many moles of CO2 are produced when 5.95 mol of ethane is burned in an excess of oxygen?

Ethane combusts completely according to the stoichiometric equation… And so each mole of ethane gives rise to TWO MOLE carbon dioxide… And so if 5.95⋅mol ethane were combusted…

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