# When 5 mol of sodium is heated with 10.4 mol of oxygen gas, how much oxygen will remain? Answer is units of mol.?

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- Bobby_ThinLv 71 month ago
4 Na + O2 = 2 Na2O

1 mol of Na reacts with 1/4 mol of O2

5 mol of Na reacts with 5/4 mol of O2 or 1.25 mol

O2 remaining = 10.4 mol - 1.25 mol = 9.15 mol O2

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- Anonymous1 month ago
Assuming the product is Na2O, moles of O2 remaining = 14 - 5/2

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- Roger the MoleLv 71 month ago
4 Na + O2 → 2 Na2O

(5 mol Na) x (1 mol O2 / 4 mol Na) = 1.25 mol O2 reacted

(10.4 mol initially) - (1.25 mol reacted) = 9.15 mol O2 remaining

- Esmeralda1 month agoReport
thank you :)

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