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Posted by od on Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 2:41pm.

If 10L each of propane and oxygen are combined at the same temperature and pressure, which gas will be left over after reaction? What volume of that gas will remain? The answer is 8 L of Propane

Tried for a while but I don't understand how answer books answer is 8L of Propane.

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