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Answer on Physical Chemistry Question for Eli

Question #5698
How many moles of C4H10O reacted, if 0.5599 moles of H2O are produced?

C4H10O+6O2 --> 4CO2+5H2O
Expert's answer
Equation of reaction:
C4H10O + 6O2 → 4CO2 + 5H2O
1 mol C4H10O produced 5 mol H2O, so to get 0.5599 mol water is necessary to take 0.5599/5 moles of C4H10O,
n(C4H10O) = 0.5599/5 = 0.11198 mol
Answer: 0.11198 mol C4H10O reacted

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