10g of hydrogen and 64g of …

10g of hydrogen and 64g of oxygen were filled in a steel vessel and exploded.Amount of water produced in this reaction will be 4 moles

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Seema Sardana 3 years, 1 month ago

Mass of hydrogen =10g

No. of moles of hydrogen =w/M= 10g/2gmol-1 =5mol

Mass of oxygen =64g

Moles of oxygen = w/M = 64g /32gmol-1 = 2mol

According to the reaction, 2H2  + O2     ------------     2 H2O

Hence, for 2 moles  of oxygen, 4 moles of hydrogen are required  and 4 moles of water is produced. Here oxygen is the limiting reagent

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