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    Chemistry Problems: Glucose and Ethanol

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    1. C6H12O6= 2C2H6O+2CO2
    a. How many moles of glucose are required to produce 185 g of ethanol?
    b. How many grams of ethanol would be formed from the reaction of 0.325kg of glucose?

    2. Person contains 60% water by mass. If a person weighs 60 kg, how many moles of water are present in this person's body?

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    1. C_6H_12O_6 → 2C_2H_6O + 2CO_2
    a. How many moles of glucose are required to produce 185 g of ethanol?

    Converting mass of ethanol to mole:
    185 g C_2H_6O x [1 mole C_2H_6O / 46 g] = 4.022 mole C_2H_6O
    Solving for mole of ...

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