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    May somebody explain to me how can we find out the initial number of mole of CO(g) and H2O(g) is 1?

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    I don't know why you have a problem here, initially in the reactant side there is 1 mole of CO and 1 mole of H20.
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    (Original post by Blazyy)
    I don't know why you have a problem here, initially in the reactant side there is 1 mole of CO and 1 mole of H20.
    You mean they have mole ratio of 1:1?
    Can I write both of them having 2 moles? I have still calculate the answer correctly
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    (Original post by mystreet091234)
    You mean they have mole ratio of 1:1?
    Can I write both of them having 2 moles? I have still calculate the answer correctly
    Why on earth would you do that?
 
 
 
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