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What volume of oxygen at s.t.p is required for the complete combustion of methane according to the following equation. CH4 2O2= CO2 2H2O

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You need to find the + sign on your computer. How much CH4 do you wish to combust? 1 mole CH4 requires 2 mols O2. 1 L CH4 requires 2 L O2.

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