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If 5.27 mol of ethane (C2H6) undergo combus-tion according to the unbalanced equation C2H6 + O2 −! CO2 + H2O, how much oxygen is required?
Answer in units of mol.

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    1. Write the equation and balance it.
    2. Using the coefficients in the balanced equation, convert 5.27 moles ethane to moles oxygen.
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    If 5.27 mol of ethane (C2H6) undergo combustion
    according to the unbalanced equation
    C2H6 + O2 −→ CO2 + H2O ,
    how much oxygen is required?
    Answer in units of mol.

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