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How Many Moles Of Hydrogen Gas Are Needed To Make 12 Moles Of Water

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How Many Moles Of Hydrogen Gas Are Needed To Make 12 Moles Of Water

Postby Olwydd » Thu Nov 27, 2014 12:50 am

One mole H2 is needed for each mole of H2O, so 12 moles H2 will be needed for 12 moles H2O.
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How Many Moles Of Hydrogen Gas Are Needed To Make 12 Moles Of Water

Postby Doug » Thu Nov 27, 2014 10:54 am

After I finish this nasty lizard, I'm gonna need a stiff drink of hydrogin. Anna Mole
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How Many Moles Of Hydrogen Gas Are Needed To Make 12 Moles Of Water

Postby Cuthbert » Thu Nov 27, 2014 1:43 pm

All you've got to complete would be to consider the following(balanced !) equation: 2H2 + O2 ------> 2H2O while you observe:  From 1 mole of H2 we get 1 mole of water(the formula exhibits 2 for just two, however it may be the just like 1 enemy 1)).  Therefore, if you like to obtain 12 moles of water(= H2O) you'll need 12 moles of H2
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How Many Moles Of Hydrogen Gas Are Needed To Make 12 Moles Of Water

Postby Osbourne » Thu Nov 27, 2014 9:54 pm

to make 12 moles of water you need 12 moles of dihydrogen(hydrogen gas)  or 24 moles of hydrogen atoms..
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