The catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide can be expressed as: H202(aq) H20(I) O2(g) What are the stoichiometric coefficients for the reaction above? (enter the coefficients without commas or spaces in between, e.g. 557) 221 You are correct. Previous Tries Your receipt no. is 157-8700 Calculate the number of moles of oxygen gas produced from the completely catalyzed decomposition of 5.00 mL sample of a 3.5% solution of H202. The density of the 3.5% solution of H202 is 1.01 g/mL 0.00260 You are correct. Previous Tries Your receipt no. is 157-6499 A trial of this decomposition experiment, using different quantities of reactants than those listed in the question above produced the following data: Volume of O2 produced at room conditions 250 mL Barometric pressure 740 torr Temperature of water Termperature of O2 24°C 25°C Vapor Pressure due to water at 25°C 22.4 torr For the conditions listed above, calculate the volume of O2(g) produced at standard conditions of temperature and pressure. (enter your answer in liters) 0.235 Incorrect. Tries 2/99 Previous Tries Submit Answer This discussion is closed. Send Feedback

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The catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide can be expressed as:
H202(aq) H20(I) O2(g)
What are the stoichiometric coefficients for the reaction above? (enter the coefficients without commas or
spaces in between, e.g. 557)
221
You are correct.
Previous Tries
Your receipt no. is 157-8700
Calculate the number of moles of oxygen gas produced from the completely catalyzed decomposition of 5.00
mL sample of a 3.5% solution of H202. The density of the 3.5% solution of H202 is 1.01 g/mL
0.00260
You are correct.
Previous Tries
Your receipt no. is 157-6499
A trial of this decomposition experiment, using different quantities of reactants than those listed in the
question above produced the following data:
Volume of O2 produced at room conditions
250 mL
Barometric pressure
740 torr
Temperature of water
Termperature of O2
24°C
25°C
Vapor Pressure due to water at 25°C
22.4 torr
For the conditions listed above, calculate the volume of O2(g) produced at standard conditions of
temperature and pressure. (enter your answer in liters)
0.235
Incorrect. Tries 2/99 Previous Tries
Submit Answer
This discussion is closed.
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The catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide can be expressed as: H202(aq) H20(I) O2(g) What are the stoichiometric coefficients for the reaction above? (enter the coefficients without commas or spaces in between, e.g. 557) 221 You are correct. Previous Tries Your receipt no. is 157-8700 Calculate the number of moles of oxygen gas produced from the completely catalyzed decomposition of 5.00 mL sample of a 3.5% solution of H202. The density of the 3.5% solution of H202 is 1.01 g/mL 0.00260 You are correct. Previous Tries Your receipt no. is 157-6499 A trial of this decomposition experiment, using different quantities of reactants than those listed in the question above produced the following data: Volume of O2 produced at room conditions 250 mL Barometric pressure 740 torr Temperature of water Termperature of O2 24°C 25°C Vapor Pressure due to water at 25°C 22.4 torr For the conditions listed above, calculate the volume of O2(g) produced at standard conditions of temperature and pressure. (enter your answer in liters) 0.235 Incorrect. Tries 2/99 Previous Tries Submit Answer This discussion is closed. Send Feedback

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