Burned 6 kg of coal C. Calculate the volume of carbon monoxide formed (4)

1) According to the periodic table, we determine the molar mass of carbon: 12 g / mol
2) Find the amount of carbon burned up during the reaction. To do this, divide 6 kg (6000 g) by 12 g / mol. We get: 500 mol of carbon
3) The amount of burned carbon is equal to the amount of formed carbon monoxide (IV) according to the law of conservation of masses
4) To find the volume of the oxide, we use the molar volume equal to 22.4 l / mol, which is multiplied by 500 mol

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