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Balance the following equation: 2 CH 3 OH + 3 O 2 → 2 CO 2 + 4 H 2 O Answer the following: 1.How many mol of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12g of H 2 O? 2.How much CH 3 OH will be required if 5 g of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many g of H 2 O were formed if 3 g of CO 2 was produced? 4.How many g of CH 3 OH is required to completely react with 7.5 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 2 CH 3 OH + 3 O 2 → 2 CO 2 + 4 H 2 O Answer the following: 1.How many mol of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12g of H 2 O? 2.How much CH 3 OH will be required if 5 g of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many g of H 2 O were formed if 3 g of CO 2 was produced? 4.How many g of CH 3 OH is required to completely react with 7.5 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 2 CH 3 OH + 3 O 2 → 2 CO 2 + 4 H 2 O Answer the following: 1.How many mol of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12g of H 2 O? 2.How much CH 3 OH will be required if 5 g of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many g of H 2 O were formed if 3 g of CO 2 was produced? 4.How many g of CH 3 OH is required to completely react with 7.5 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 2 CH 3 OH + 3 O 2 → 2 CO 2 + 4 H 2 O Answer the following: 1.How many mol of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12g of H 2 O? 2.How much CH 3 OH will be required if 5 g of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many g of H 2 O were formed if 3 g of CO 2 was produced? 4.How many g of CH 3 OH is required to completely react with 7.5 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 4 P + 5 O 2 → P 4 O 10 Answer the following: 1.How many grams of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12 mol of P 4 O 10 ? 2.How many grams P 4 O 10 will be produced if 5 mol of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many mol of P 4 O 10 were formed if 30 g of P was used up? 4.How many mol of P is required to completely react with 750 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 4 P + 5 O 2 → P 4 O 10 Answer the following: 1.How many grams of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12 mol of P 4 O 10 ? 2.How many grams P 4 O 10 will be produced if 5 mol of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many mol of P 4 O 10 were formed if 30 g of P was used up? 4.How many mol of P is required to completely react with 750 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 4 P + 5 O 2 → P 4 O 10 Answer the following: 1.How many grams of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12 mol of P 4 O 10 ? 2.How many grams P 4 O 10 will be produced if 5 mol of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many mol of P 4 O 10 were formed if 30 g of P was used up? 4.How many mol of P is required to completely react with 750 g of O 2 ?

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Balance the following equation: 4 P + 5 O 2 → P 4 O 10 Answer the following: 1.How many grams of Oxygen (O 2 ) are needed to produce exactly 12 mol of P 4 O 10 ? 2.How many grams P 4 O 10 will be produced if 5 mol of O 2 is completely reacted? 3.How many mol of P 4 O 10 were formed if 30 g of P was used up? 4.How many mol of P is required to completely react with 750 g of O 2 ?

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