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When 5.0 g of propane are reacted with O2, carbon dioxide and water are produced.  How many grams of H2O can be produced by the complete reaction of those 5.0 g of propane with excess oxygen? 
20 g
1.1 g
8.2 g
0.45 g
2.04 g

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