Turpentine, a hydrocarbon commonly used as a paint thinner, bursts into flame when warmed and placed in contact with chlorine.How many moles of chlorine are required to react with turpentine?

C10H16 + Cl2--------->HCl + C
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2015-03-16T00:47:48+08:00
8 moles are needed to react with turpentine by balancing it and the compound that the arrow is pointing needed 16 moles.
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