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how many grams of lithium hydroxide are needed to remove 4500 grams carbon dioxide by a submarine atmospheric regulator and acts according to the following formula? 2LiOh+CO2>Li2CO3+H2O

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  1. Also how many grams CO2 removed?

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  2. If you want to be a nurse, please learn to follow directions. Your School Subject appears to be Chemistry.

  3. convert the 4500 grams of CO2 to moles of CO2.
    moles CO2=4500/44

    Now, your balanced equation says you need twice that number of moles of LiOH.

    molesLiOH= 2*4500/44

    Now convert that number of moles of LiOH to grams of LiOH

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