Problem: If 3.25 g of butane (C4H10, M = 58.14) is burned (combusted) in the presence of excess O2, what is the mass of CO2 that forms, in g?Enter your answer with 2 decimal places and no units.

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If 3.25 g of butane (C4H10, M = 58.14) is burned (combusted) in the presence of excess O2, what is the mass of CO2 that forms, in g?

Enter your answer with 2 decimal places and no units.

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