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Chemistry, 12.11.2019 04:31, ChloeLiz7111

Consider the chemical reaction:
2h2o(l)→2h2(g)+o2(g)
how many moles of h2o are required to form 1.6 l of o2 at a temperature of 324 k and a pressure of 0.984 atm ?
express your answer using two significant figures.

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