This problem has been giving me a headache for the last hour on my homework. Does anyone have any pointers in the right direction?
Finally, on January 28th, 2014, in Germany, a barn containing 90 cows exploded when a stray spark caught the methane trapped in the building on fire. Assume that the 90 cows were producing 250 L of methane per day and that there was a 15 hour collection in the barn when it ignited. What mass of water was generated in the explosion?
This problem is specifically about combustion, and I'm assuming I'd have to multiply the combustion equation for methane by 90 somehow. I'm also assuming I'd have to divide 250 / 15 to get the correct liters of methane produced at this time.