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55Quiz 29 - If C 2 H 4 g is the limiting reagent the amount...

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29 Solution: The balanced reaction is (You must know what a combustion reaction looks like!!!) C 2 H 4 g 3 O 2 g 2 CO 2 g 2 H 2 O l a. This is a limiting reagent problem. b. The amount of CO 2 product produced can be found using Avogadro’s law of combining volumes. At the same temperature and pressure equal volumes contain the same number of moles. i.e. moles is proportional to volume. c. The volumes of gases must be in the same proportions as the stoichiometry of the chemical equation.
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Unformatted text preview: If C 2 H 4 g is the limiting reagent the amount of CO 2 product produced will be 32. 7 L C 2 H 4 2 L CO 2 1 L C 2 H 4 65. 4 L CO 2 If O 2 g is the limiting reagent 12. 4 L O 2 2 L CO 2 3 L O 2 8. 2667 L CO 2 The actual amount of product is the smaller of these two values or 8. 2667 L CO 2 ....
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