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Use the equation above to answer this question: When two moles of ethane react completely with oxygen, how many moles of carbon dioxide will be produced?
The ratio between ethene and carbon dioxide is 1 : 2 This means that one mole of ethene will produce two moles of carbon dioxide Because we have two moles of ethene : moles CO2 produced = 2 x 2 = 4
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