# Chemistry

In the reaction C + O2 → CO2, 18 g of carbon react with oxygen to produce 72 g of carbon dioxide. What mass of oxygen would be needed in the reaction?

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1. The problem is flawed. 18 g C can produce ONLY 66 g CO2.

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2. 18g

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