if i have 13 moles of c6h6, how many moles of co2 can i generate

First you need to write the balanced equation for the complete combustion of C6H6:

2C6H6 +15O2 -> 6H2O +12CO2

From the above equation, 2 moles C6H6 produces 12 moles of CO2.

So 2 moles of C6H6 = 12 moles of C02

13 moles C6H6 = ?

Just cross multiply:

(13 x 12)/2 = 78 moles of oxygen.

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