Answer to Question #172006 in General Chemistry for Karyn Kersey

Question #172006

Most jet fuel has an average molecular formula of C13H28 and a density of 804 g/L. Calculate the moles of carbon that are released from the fuel when a jet takes to get from Charlotte, NC to San Francisco, CA, a distance of 3680 km. Assume that the jet consumes 3.48 L of fuel per 100. km.


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2021-03-17T06:46:55-0400

2.347moles of Carbon


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