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If 5.0 moles of propane react, how many molecules of water will be formed? A.3.0x10.24 B.4.8x10.24 c.1.2x10.25

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  1. Write the balanced equation. I will be happy to critique your work.

  2. C3H8+5O2---->3CO2+4H2O

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    posted by Jarred
  3. Which shows that for each mole of propane, one gets 4 moles of water.

    You have 5 moles of propane, so you get xxx moles of water.

    For each mole of water, you have avagradro's number of molecules. So you have YYYY molecules of water.

  4. If 5.0 moles of propane react, how many molecules of water will be formed?

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