6 grams of oxygen yields (if you have enough
Let me compute molecular weights first:
If you have 288 grams of oxygen and
However, you have only 6 grams of oxygen. Therefore, if you have 1.75 grams of
Let me explain step by step:
1. Compute amounts of materials that are needed to run this reaction. Express them:
It is: 84 grams of
That means if you have 288 grams of oxygen (on the left hand side), you will get 108 grams of water (at the end of reaction).
But you have only 6 grams of oxygen, you wonder the amount of water you can produce.
If 288 grams of oxygen yields 108 grams of water
6 grams of oxygen yields (how much) ? water.
Amount of water produced is
This is your solution.