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Butane Combustion and Developed Formulas

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1) How many grams of CO2 can you obtain from the combustion of 280 g of butane?

2) Write the developed formula of the following compounds (they are in Spanish)
a) 2Chlorine 2metil 1hexanol
b) 3 hidroxipentanoico
c) Etanoato de metilo
d) Metal propel amina
e) 3 hidroxi 1metil benceno

3) Assign the name and complete with hydrogen the following organic compounds

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The posting solves for the amount of CO2 obtained from combusting butane as well as develops formulas for compounds named in Spanish.

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