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Questions 23 refer to : 〖KClO〗_3 + C_6 H_12 O_6 = KCl + 〖CO〗_2 + 〖H〗_2O?
2. Balance the equation.
How many mole of potassium chlorate react with 0.250 mole of glucose
How many grams of carbon dioxide are formed.
How many grams of water are formed.
3. What mass of glucose would have reacted with 8.00g of your 〖KClO〗_3  NaCl mixture. (remember 8.00g of your mi

Balancing can't be that big a deal? What do you not understand? Same for mols. Just use the coefficients what about that is giving your trouble?
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