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What weight of CO2 will contain the same number of oxygen atoms as present in 3.6g of H2O?

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Question asked by: bubble91

Asked on: 20 Jun 2009

This is a standard GCSE level chemistry question - for a full explanation of working out this sort of question and answer look in the chemistry section of the 'how to' part of the website :)
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Replied at: 21 Jun 2009
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3.6g H2O contains 3.6*6.023*10^23/18 Oxygen atoms. 2*6.023*10^23 Oxygen atoms are present in 22g of carbon-dioxide.Therefore, the amt. of carbon-dioxide = 2.2g.
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Date of comment: Thu, Sep 23rd 2010

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