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10g of hydrogen is burnt in the presence of excess oxygen.the mass of water formed is?

asked by chadala sharon
  1. 2H2 + O2 = 2H2O

    10g of H2 is 5 moles.
    Each mole of H2 produces a mole of H2O,
    so, you will get 5 moles of water.

    Just convert that to grams for the mass.

    posted by Steve
  2. 5*18=90g

    posted by sasha
  3. 196g

    posted by ..
  4. 10G of hydrogen burnt in the presence of excess of oxygen, the mass of water is formed?

    posted by Anonymous

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