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If 5.0 moles of propane react, how many molecules of water will be formed? A.3.0x10.24 B.4.8x10.24 c.1.2x10.25

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    Write the balanced equation. I will be happy to critique your work.

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    Which shows that for each mole of propane, one gets 4 moles of water.

    You have 5 moles of propane, so you get xxx moles of water.

    For each mole of water, you have avagradro's number of molecules. So you have YYYY molecules of water.

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    If 5.0 moles of propane react, how many molecules of water will be formed?

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