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when 2.13 moles of C3H8 burn in excess oxygen, how many moles of CO2 will be formed? Assume this is a complete combustion

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    balance the equation.

    C3H8+ 5O2 >>4H2O + 3CO2

    moles O2= 5/1 * 2.13 moles

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