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"A typical small cylinder of butane C4H10 used for camping contains 5.000kg of liquefied butane"

If all the gas was burnt in a plentiful supply of air, what would be the maximum mass of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere?
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Write out the equation for the combustion of butane and find the moles of butane burnt. Use the mole ratio to then find the moles of carbon dioxide produced and convert to mass.
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Combustion of Butane = 2C4H10 13O2 = 8CO2 10H2O
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