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But since the moles of carbon will equal the moles of CO2 formed, it isnt necessary.So you use PV = nRT.You have the pressure, you solve for volume.You can get n,......
When carbon is burnt in excess oxygen, the only product is carbon dioxide. calculate the volume of CO_2(g) at 120 degrees celsius and 1.20 atm produced from 2.8 g of carbon.

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It usually is necessary to write a balanced equation. But since the moles of carbon will equal the moles of CO2 formed, it isn't necessary.

So you use PV = nRT. You have the pressure, you solve for volume. You can get n, number of moles, and you are given the temperature, although convert it to degrees Kelvin.

R = 0.082 (liter)(atm)/(mole)(degree Kelvin)
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