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In a butane lighter, 9.5 of butane combines with 34.0 of oxygen to form 28.7 carbon dioxide and how many grams of water?

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    9.5 what
    34.0 what
    28.7 what

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    9.5 g Butane + 34.0 g Oxygen = 43.5
    Then 43.5 - 28.7 g CO2 = 14.8

    That is the answer: 14.8 g

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