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Problem: For the reaction:   ______ C6H6 + ______ O2 → ______ CO2 + ______ H2O   48.3 grams of C 6H6 are mixed with 166.2 grams of O 2 and allowed to react. How much CO 2 could be produced by this reaction?   1. 253.1 g 2. 91.4 g 3. 204 g 4. 308.6 g 5. 116.6 g 6. 342.9 g 7. 130.6 g 8. 217.2 g 9. 145.8 g  10. 182.9 g 11. 163.288 g

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For the reaction:

______ C6H6 + ______ O2 → ______ CO2 + ______ H2O

48.3 grams of C 6H6 are mixed with 166.2 grams of O 2 and allowed to react. How much CO 2 could be produced by this reaction?

1. 253.1 g

2. 91.4 g

3. 204 g

4. 308.6 g

5. 116.6 g

6. 342.9 g

7. 130.6 g

8. 217.2 g

9. 145.8 g 

10. 182.9 g

11. 163.288 g

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