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What mass of glucose can be produced from
a photosynthesis reaction
that occurs using 21.2 mol CO2?
Answer in units of g

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    Write and balance the equation.
    Using the coefficients in the balnced equation, convert 21.2 mol CO2 to mols glucose.
    Then convert mols glucose to grams. g = mols x molar mass glucose.

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