Hi all!....never really posted anything on forums before...but whatever onto the question! I hope someone can help
Okay so basically I'm in grade 11 and my chem teacher has assigned an ISP where we study organic chemistry on our own...which isn't all that bad...cause this level of organic chem is pretty easy...but there's still a few questions in the assignment that me no get...
Well anyway...here's one of them
What is the relationship between the number of moles of O2 (oxygen gas...no clue how to make subscripts...-.-
) consumed in a combustion reaction and the number of -CH2 units in an alkane? (Hope this doesn't end up being an incredibly obvious answer...I'll just feel stupid
So if anyone has any ideas of what the answer could be...or what the actually answer is, your input is greatly appreciated! ^_^ (though I'd kind of like it better if you just gave me a hint...you know a nudge in the right direction.
I enjoy figuring things out for myself...but a little help along the way is always nice!)
(just realized...technically this is high school chemistry...but it's also organic chem...does it matter that it's in high school section instead of organic chem?)