Its been awhile since I've dabbled in chemistry, but i do know that A isnt the answer because the question says solution, not mixture. This looks somewhat like a trick question, it says individual components, so the answer would be C. This is because the individual components do react to form a compound. B and D would be true if it didnt say individual components, so the question is basically focusing on only one ingredient, not the whole solution. Answer: C
<h2>Answer:</h2><h3>From the equation it is evident that 2 moles of Sodium metal produces 1 mole of hydrogen gas.</h3><h3>At STP 1mole of any gas occupies a volume of 22.4 litres.</h3><h3>Therefore, 7.80 gives---(7.80x1)/22.4 moles = 0.3482 moles</h3><h3>Since the mole ratio of Sodium to hydrogen is 2:1, then the number of moles of sodium that reacted is given by the following expression.</h3><h3>(0.3482 * 2) / 1 moles which gives 0.6964 moles.</h3><h3>The atomic mass of sodium is 23 thus the mass of sodium that reacted is given by:</h3><h3>mass=no. of Monogram</h3><h3>0.6964 * 23 = 16.02 grams.</h3><h2>Explanation:</h2><h3>please mark me brainlist</h3>
Gasoline is a mixture of hydrocarbons (with some other dded substances in minor proportion).
Assuming a hypothetical composition of the gasoline as C₅H₁₂ (only for explanation purposes), the chemical reaction that occurs when gasoline is burned is represented by:
2C₅H₁₂ + 16O₂ → 10CO₂ + 12H₂O + energy.
Combustion is a special type of chemical reaction, in which oxygen combines with other substance (element or compound) releasing a large amount of energy in the form of heat and light. It is a very common reaction of the hydrocarbons and the products are carbon dioxide and water in the form of vapor.
The combustion of carbon (C) is a very important and common reaction that has been using to produce energy: C(s) + O₂(g) → CO₂ (g)