Green plants use light from the sun to drive photosynthesis. photosynthesis is a chemical reaction in which water and carbon dioxide chemically react to form the simple sugar glucose and oxygen gas.what mass of water is consumed by the reaction of carbon dioxide

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The equation that represents the process of photosynthesis is:  6CO2+12H2O+light->C6H12O6+6O2+6H2O Photosynthesis is the process in plants to make their food. This involves the use carbon dioxide to react with water and make sugar or glucose as the main product and oxygen as a by-product. Since we are not given the mass of CO2 in this problem, we assume that we have 1 g of CO2 available. We calculate as follows: 1 g CO2 ( 1 mol CO2 / 44.01 g CO2 ) ( 12 mol H2O / 6 mol CO2 ) ( 18.02 g / 1 mol ) = 0.82 g of H2O is needed However, if the amount given of CO2 is not one gram, then you can simply change the starting value in the calculation and solve for the mass of water needed.

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