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# Stoichiometry of Gas Production:

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Stoichiometry of Gas Production:

Assume that a single cylinder of an automobile engine has a volume of 617. mL. If the cylinder is full of air (mole fraction of oxygen is 0.2095) at a pressure of 0.954 atm. at a temperature of 70.2 oC., how many grams of C8H18 (octane) can be combusted by this much air assuming complete combustion?

Assume that a single cylinder of an automobile engine has a volume of 592. mL. If the cylinder is full of air (mole fraction of oxygen is 0.2095) at a pressure of 0.989 atm. at a temperature of 66.0 oC., how many grams of C8H18 (octane) can be combusted by this much air assuming complete combustion?

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Where are you having problems on this? Can you show me what you've been doing, or at least have been trying- I'll be better ableto help you then.

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its ok. I found out how to do it from a friend, but thanks anyways.

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