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2H2 + O2 - > 2H2O How many water molecules are created when 32 grams of oxygen react completely with 4 grams of hydrogen? A. 2 B. 20 C. 6.02 × 1023 D. 1.2 × 1024
1.2 x10^24 molecules of water
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