How much carbon dioxide will be released when 1 kg of carbon is burned?

m (C) = 1 kg.

Let’s determine the volume of carbon dioxide. We write down the solution.

First, we write down the equation of reactions.

C + O2 = CO2.

Find the amount of carbon. We use the following formula.

n = m / M.

Where n is the amount of substance.

m is the mass of the substance.

M is the molar mass of the substance.

M (C) = 12 g / mol.

1 kg = 1000 g.

n (C) = 1000/12 = 83.3 mol.

Further, according to the reaction equation, we find the amount of carbon dioxide.

n (C) = n (CO2) = 83.3 mol.

Next, we find the volume of carbon monoxide.

n = V / Vm.

V (CO2) = 83.3 * 22.4 = 1866.7 liters.

Answer: V (CO2) = 1866.7 liters.

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