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How many moles of glucose, C6H12O6, can be "burned" biologically when 10.0 mol of oxygen is available?

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    1.67 mol

    in a balanced equation there 6 mol of oxygen for every 1 mol of glucose; so ratio is 6 to 1.

    10 mol oxygen/ 6 = 1.67...

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