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A major component of gasoline is octane C8H18. When liquid octane is burned in air it reacts with oxygen O2 gas to produce carbon dioxide gas and water vapor. Calculate the moles of oxygen needed to

A major component of gasoline is octane C8H18. When liquid octane is burned in air it reacts with oxygen O2 gas to produce carbon dioxide gas and water vapor. Calculate the moles of oxygen needed to produce 0.050mol of carbon dioxide. Be sure your answer has a unit symbol, if necessary, and round it to the correct number of significant digits.

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