Chemistry
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When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. Does the mass of oxygen required equal the mass of the water formed?

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DoriParten326

The reaction is combination of hydrogen molecules and oxygen molecules and form water. So the oxygen and hydrogen required together is equal to the mass of the water formed.

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