6H2O + 6CO2 --> C6H12O6 + 6O2 How many grams of Glucose are made if you start with 88.0g of CO2?
We have the balanced equation (without state symbols):
So, we would need six moles of carbon dioxide to fully produce one mole of glucose.
Here, we got
Carbon dioxide has a molar mass of
Since there are two moles of
We need to find the mass of the glucose produced, so we multiply the number of moles of glucose by its molar mass.
Glucose has a molar mass of