How many gallons of water would be produced by the dehydration synthesis of 3 moles, chemistry homework help

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Question: How many gallons of water would be produced by the dehydration synthesis of 3 moles of lysozyme, a protein with 129 amino acids.

a. Convert the moles of water produced

b. Convert the grams using molecular mass of water

c. Convert to milliters (1 ml = 0.99656 grams of water at room temperature);

d. Convert to liters (1000 ml = 1L)

e. Finally, convert to gallons (1L=0.2642 gal)

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