It’s c I believe but I don’t know
The Arrhenius definition of acid-base reactions, which was devised by Svante Arrhenius, is a development of the hydrogen theory of acids. ... An Arrhenius base is a substance that dissociates in water to form hydroxide (OH -) ions. In other words, a base increases the concentration of OH - ions in an aqueous solution.
2C₂H₅OH = C₄H₆ + 2H₂O + H₂
2 mole 1 mole
molecular weight of ethyl alcohol
mol weight of C₂H₅OH = 46 gm
mol weight of C₄H₆ 54 gm
540 gm of C₄H₆ = 10 mole
10 mole of C₄H₆ will require 20 mol of ethyl alcohol .
20 mole of ethyl alcohol = 20 x 46
= 920 gm
ethyl alcohol required = 920 gm .