How many moles of oxygen are in 0.66 moles of CO_2? Your answer should have the appropriate number of significant figures. Only give the numeric value of your answer. Don’t include the units.

asked by @lidnieb1 • about 1 year ago • Chemistry • 5 pts
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There are 2 moles of oxygen in each mole of CO2.

So 100% of 2 moles of oxygen is in 1 mole of CO2,

Which means 66% of the 2 moles of oxygen would give you your answer.

2 x .66 = 1.32 (3 sig figs as there are also 3 sig figs in 0.66 from the original question).

answered by @kaniel1 • about 1 year ago
  • Hi @kaniel1! Thanks for answering Reyn commented about 1 year ago