Problem: Find the number of moles of water that can be formed if you have 214 mol of hydrogen gas and 102 mol of oxygen gas.Express your answer with the appropriate units.In this simulation, select the Sandwiches icon where you can set the number of bread slices, cheese slices, and meat slices to prepare a sandwich. You can then move to the Molecules version where you will be able to relate the analogy to one of three specific chemical reactions.

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Find the number of moles of water that can be formed if you have 214 mol of hydrogen gas and 102 mol of oxygen gas.

Express your answer with the appropriate units.

In this simulation, select the Sandwiches icon where you can set the number of bread slices, cheese slices, and meat slices to prepare a sandwich. You can then move to the Molecules version where you will be able to relate the analogy to one of three specific chemical reactions.

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