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How many grams of CO2 does a plant use to make 100.0 g of sugar(C12H22O11)?

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asked by Manuel
  1. well,
    moles Sugar=100/molmassSugar=100/342 moles


    moles of CO2=12*molesSugar=1200/342
    grams CO2=1200/342 * molmassCO2
    and you can calulate that.

    posted by bobpursley

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