3,5 moles of sodium oxide will be produced when 10 moles of sodium reacts with oxygen.
The reaction equation is 2 Na + O2 -> Na2O. this shows that each mole of sodium oxide requires two moles of sodium. Therefore, 5 moles of sodium oxide will be produced by reacting 10 moles of sodium.
5 moles:10 Na + (enough) O2 --> 5 Na2O
Balanced equation. 4Na + O2 -> 2Na2O 10 moles Na (2 moles Na2O/4 moles Na) = 5.0 moles Na2O produced
8,55 moles of oxygen are produced.
No moles of oxygen are produced by complete combustion of propane. Oxygen is CONSUMED, not produced. For combustion of 4 moles of propane, it will use 20 moles of oxygen.
The reaction is:2 KClO3 = 2 KCl + 3 O238,4 moles of oxygen are produced.
Four moles of sodium plus 1 mole of oxygen gas produces 2 moles sodium oxide. 4Na + O2 --->2Na2O
12 moles KClO3 (3 moles O/1 mole KClO3) = 36 moles of oxygen.
Sodium reacts with water. 0.652 NaOH moles will form.
not 7.5 or 30.
The reaction requires 2 moles of hydrogen gas and 1 mole of oxygen gas to produce 2 moles of water.
The anwer is 0,061 moles of oxygen.
0,75 moles of nitrogen
Potassium chlorate = KClO3Decompostion: 2KClO3 ==> 3O2 + 2KCl7.5 moles KClO3 x 3 mole O2/2 moles KClO3 = 11.25 moles O2
0,028 moles carbonic are obtained.
Na2CO32 * 2 = 4 moles sodium.===========================
2 KClO3 ----> 2KCl + 3O2 So 2 moles of Potassium Chlorate produces 3 moles of oxygen molecules or 6 moles of oxygen atoms. 3 moles of Potassium chlorate would thus produce 4.5 moles of oxygen molecules or 9 moles of oxygen atoms.