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Problem: ​CH3OH can be synthesized by the reaction: CO(g) + 2 H2(g) → CH3OHWhat volume of H2 gas (in L), at 748 mmHg and 86 °C, is required to synthesize 25.8 g CH 3OH? How many liters of CO gas, measured under the same conditions, is required?  ​

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CH3OH can be synthesized by the reaction: 

CO(g) + 2 H2(g) → CH3OH

What volume of H2 gas (in L), at 748 mmHg and 86 °C, is required to synthesize 25.8 g CH 3OH? How many liters of CO gas, measured under the same conditions, is required? 

 

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