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Use the Ideal Gas Law to determine the volume of CO2 produced at 25oC 1.5 atm of pressure from the combustion of 35 grams of C6H10.

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    balance the reaction equation:

    2C6H10+17O2>>12CO2 + 10H20 check that.

    so you get 12 moles CO2 for each 2 mole of C6H10

    molesCO2=12/2 * moles C6H10=6*35/molmassC6H10

    figure that out. Then,

    PV=nRT
    V=nRT/P where n is moles CO2, you are given T (change it to K). Watch units of R, you are in kelvins, atm

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