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Problem: How many molecules of carbon dioxide will be formed if 4.89 g of propane, C 3H8, is burned with excess oxygen?a. 8.83 × 1024 moleculesb. 6.68 × 1022 moleculesc. 2.67 × 1023 moleculesd. 2.00 × 1023 moleculese. 3.34 × 1023 molecules

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How many molecules of carbon dioxide will be formed if 4.89 g of propane, C 3H8, is burned with excess oxygen?

a. 8.83 × 1024 molecules

b. 6.68 × 1022 molecules

c. 2.67 × 1023 molecules

d. 2.00 × 1023 molecules

e. 3.34 × 1023 molecules

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