3)%23Combustion of hydrocarbons such as undecane (C,,H) produces carbon dioxide, a "greenhouse gas." Greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere can trapII11the Sun's heat, raising the average temperature of the Earth. For this reason there has been a great deal of international discussion about whether to regulatethe production of carbon dioxide.1. Write a balanced chemical equation, including physical state symbols, for thecombustion of liquid undecane into gaseous carbon dioxide and gaseous water.olox10Ar2. Suppose 0.490 kg of undecane are burned in air at a pressure of exactly 1 atmn anda temperature of 10.0 °C. Calculate the volume of carbon dioxide gas that isproduced. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.ExplanationCheckO 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved.Terms of UsePrivacy11:16 PM99+12/3/2019O Type here to searchhpBaendinsprt schomef10f12deletef8f5f6escnum&%24backspacelock83

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the Sun's heat, raising the average temperature of the Earth. For this reason there has been a great deal of international discussion about whether to regulate
the production of carbon dioxide.
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combustion of liquid undecane into gaseous carbon dioxide and gaseous water.
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produced. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.
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3) %23 Combustion of hydrocarbons such as undecane (C,,H) produces carbon dioxide, a "greenhouse gas." Greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere can trap II 11 the Sun's heat, raising the average temperature of the Earth. For this reason there has been a great deal of international discussion about whether to regulate the production of carbon dioxide. 1. Write a balanced chemical equation, including physical state symbols, for the combustion of liquid undecane into gaseous carbon dioxide and gaseous water. olo x10 Ar 2. Suppose 0.490 kg of undecane are burned in air at a pressure of exactly 1 atmn and a temperature of 10.0 °C. Calculate the volume of carbon dioxide gas that is produced. Round your answer to 3 significant digits. Explanation Check O 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use Privacy 11:16 PM 99+ 12/3/2019 O Type here to search hp Ba end ins prt sc home f10 f12 delete f8 f5 f6 esc num & %24 backspace lock 8 3

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