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Problem: Consider the reaction2 H2 + O2 → 2 H2O .How much water will be formed when 32 grams of hydrogen and 32 grams of oxygen are mixed and allowed to react?1. 64 g2. 36 g 3. 18 g4. 2.0 g

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Consider the reaction

2 H2 + O2 → 2 H2O .

How much water will be formed when 32 grams of hydrogen and 32 grams of oxygen are mixed and allowed to react?

1. 64 g

2. 36 g 

3. 18 g

4. 2.0 g

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