A neutral gas sample contains 84% ( by volume ) of CH4 , 10 % of C2H6 , 3 % of C3H8 and 3% of N2 . If a series of catalytic reacns cud be used for converting all the C atoms of the gas into butadiene , C4H6 , with 100% efficiency , how much butadiene cud be prepared frm 100 g of the natural gas?
The Attempt at a Solution
its an easy 1 , still not gettin the ans........plzz give some necessary hints
i think i m doin some mistake in % by volume thing...