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C15H30 is a hydrocarbon that reacts with oxygen gas to give carbon dioxide and water.

Calculate the mass of water (grams) formed when 724.05 grams of the hydrocarbon reacts with the oxygen gas.

  • Chemistry -

    This is a stoichiometry problem. Here is a worked example. Just follow the steps. You need not convert grams to moles since you are given moles initially.

  • Chemistry -

    C15H30 +02 -> CO2 + H2O

    Im having trouble balancing it.
    Thank you

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    2C15H30 + 45O2 ==> 30CO2 + 30H2O

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