Answer to Question #18933 in Organic Chemistry for Deepa
20% oxygen. Think about the reaction you
just wrote for the complete combustion of acetylene. Which ratio in this investigation ( allowed the closest amount
of oxygen needed for complete combustion? Support your answer with calculations. Do
the observations you made support your answer? Explain.
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1V(C2H2) = 2.5 V(O2)
1V(C2H2) = (2.5 V(O2) / 0.2)
1V(C2H2) = 12.5 V(air)
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