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When the amount of oxygen is limited carbon and oxygen react to form carbon monoxide. How many grams of CO can be formed from 35 grams of oxygen?
When the amount of oxygen is limited, carbon and oxygen react to form carbon monoxide. How many grams of CO can be formed from 35 grams of oxygen?
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When 125 grams of C2H4 burns in oxygen to give carbon dioxide and water how many grams of CO2 are formed?
Im not sure if this is correct, but i believe the answer is 422.4Grams, is htis correct?
When carbon monoxide reacts with oxygen carbon dioxide is formed
When 1.20 grams of carbon react with 2.24 Liters of oxygen gas at Standard Temperature Pressure how many moles of carbon monoxide are produced?
ok well standard temperature and pressure is stp 22.4 litres per mole of gas.. first write a balanced chemical equation. 2C + 02 ------> 2CO. then write mole ratios. 2C + 0…2 ------> 2CO. 2 : 1 : 2. using gay lussacs law and avogadros hypothesis we know that the same volumes of gases in same conditions are mole ratios (only works with gases however). so therefore the volume of CO gas produced will be 2 x that of the volume of oxygen gas (because ratio of O2 gas to CO gas is 1:2). =2x2.24. =4.48 litres of CO gas produced. then the moles can be worked out by -. number of moles = volume given/volume of 1 mole at STP. = 4.48/22.4. =0.2 moles roughly i think.. Answer: . 1.20 g C is 1/10 mole of C. 2.24 liters of O 2 is 1/10 mole of O2 . So when equal volumes molar anounts of C and O2 react:. C (1 mole)+ O 2 (1 mole)-> CO 2 (1 mole) (No CO is produced). With the given initial amounts 1/10 mole (2.24 liters) of CO2 would be produced . If oxygen were limited all C could be converted to CO. This would rturn the inital amount of C (1,2 g) and 1.12 liters of O 2 into 1/10 mole of CO (2.24 liters)
\n. \nIncomplete reaction of carbon and oxygen: 2C + O 2 --> 2CO
2Co(g) + O2(g) ------2CO2 (g) That's correct answer. plz nobdy should change it. Thanks -Correct answer 2CO(g)+O2(g) -> 2CO2(g)
When there are 3 grams of carbon and 8 grams of oxygen if all of the carbon and oxygen reacted how many grams of carbon dioxide are produced?
11 grams because all is reacted and there is no reactant left over, although if there were only 3 grams of carbon there would have to be 6 grams of oxygen for this to be viabl…e as carbon dioxide is CO2 so the question asked was itself wrong.
24 grams of methane react completely with 96 grams of oxygen to form 66 grams of carbon dioxide how many grams of water are formed?
Since water and carbon dioxide are the only products of this reaction, the answer can be found from the law of conservation of mass. The water mass must equal the sum of the m…asses of the reactants minus the mass of the other product formed. 24 + 96 - 66 = 54 grams of water.
Acetylene gas C2H2 reacts with oxygen If 2 moles of acetylene react completely with oxygen how many grams of carbon dioxide are produced?
First you need to work out the balanced equation. 2C 2 H 2 + 5O 2 -----> 4CO 2 + 2H 2 O From this we see that 2 moles of acetylene produces 4 moles of carbon dioxide.… 1 mole of carbon dioxide is 12 + 16 + 16 = 44g (adding the mass numbers of the component elements). If 1 mole = 44g then 4 mole = 176g
Carbon Monoxide (CO) reacts with Oxygen gas (O 2 ) to form Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ), Carbon Trioxide AKA Carbon Ozonide (CO 3 ), Di carbon Tetroxide (C 2 O 4 ) and other product…s depending on the reaction conditions Some of the above being very unstable under normal conditions
When carbon is burned in the presence of oxygen the carbon and oxygen combine to prodon dioxide if you start w 6 grams of carbon and 16 grams of oxygen and they react completely how many grams of car?
the equation of this reaction is C + O2 = CO2 (s) (g) (g) according to this reaction 1mol of Carbon react with same number of moles of Oxygen. and this combination gi…ves 1mol of CO2 as result. so first we have to find the number of moles in the weight we are going to use. 12 grams of carbon contains 1mol so 6 grams of carbon contains ( 1/12 )*6 = 0.5mol 32 grams of Oxygen contains 1mol 16 grams of Oxygen contains ( 1/36 )*16 = 0.5mol as 1mol of C react with 1mol of O2,0.5mol of C react with 0.5mol of O2. this produces equal number of moles (0.5mol) of CO2.
32,22 g of Fe 2 O 3
A certain mass of carbon reacts with 13.6g of oxygen to form carbon monoxide what amount of grams of oxygen would react with that same mass of carbon to form carbon dioxide?
2co+o 2---------->2co 2 c=2 c=2 o=4 o=4