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September 14, 2014

Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by maria on Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 7:41pm.

A typical bathtub can hold 106 gallons of
water. Calculate the mass of natural gas that
would need to be burned to heat the water
for a tub of this size from 56 ◦F to 87 ◦F.
Assume that the natural gas is pure methane
(CH4) and that the products of combustion
are carbon dioxide and water (liquid).
Answer in units of g



2nd part
What volume of natural gas does this correspond to at 30◦C and 1 atm?
Answer in units of L

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