The hydrogen gas needed to make ammonia, hydrogen chloride gas, and methanol can be obtained from small hydrocarbons such as methane or propane through the steam-reforming process, conducted at 41 atm and 760-980 °C. If 2.7 × 107 L of C3H8(g) at 810 °C and 8.0 atm react in the first step of the process, shown below, what is the maximum volume in liters of CO(g) at STP that can form? C3H8 + 3H2O → 3CO + 7H2 3CO + 3H2O → 3CO2 + 3H2
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