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How many moles of CO are produced from 5 moles o2?


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Answered 2015-07-23 17:48:53

The answer is 10 moles of carbon monoxide.
2 C + O2 = 2 CO

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Answered 2016-02-25 08:21:09

CO is form in high temperatures. 10 moles will form by 5 O2 moles.

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