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    Balancing equation to calculate correct number of moles

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    If CaC2 + 2 H2O --> C2H2 + Ca(OH)2

    then, there are 65 grams of calcium carbide
    and 1.3 moles of calcium carbide and 1.3 moles of acetylene and

    33.8 grams of acetylene.

    just want to make sure?

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    Solution includes clarification and explaining how to calculate the correct number of moles using stoichiometry of the reaction and balancing equation.

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