atoms are in 5.00x10^-2 moles of krypton is 1013.9558
The answer is 15,2 moles.
# moles = mass / molar mass = 1.23g / 83.80g/mol =1.47x10^-2 moles There are 1.47x10^-2 moles in 1.23g of krypton
how many atoms are in 5.00 moles of water
3 moles of oxygen atoms
1,638 moles contain 9,864266723766.10e23 atoms.
4 moles of oxygen atoms are present in 4 moles of H2O
1 mole Kr = 6.022 x 1023 atoms 1.7 x 1025 Kr atoms x (1 mole Kr)/(6.022 x 1023 Kr atoms) = 28 moles Kr (rounded to two sig figs)
3,00 moles of Li have 18,066422571.10e23 atoms.
This is equivalent to 1,4 moles.
The answer is 0,797 moles.
44 moles of atoms
How many moles of atoms are contained in 382 g Co
10,0 moles of bromine atoms contain 60,22140857.1023 atoms.Attention: valid for bromine atoms !.
0,39 moles of gallium contain 2,34863493423.10e23 atoms.
3,50 moles of argon equal 21,0774929995.10e23 atoms.
0,17 moles of stronium is equal to 1,02376394569.10e23 atoms.
100 moles of aluminum contain 602,214.10e23 atoms.
8.93 1021 atoms equal 0,0148 moles.
Seventeen moles of hydrogen correspond to 204,75.10e23 atoms.
1,0.10e9 atoms is equivalent to 0,166.10e-14 moles.
4 moles of hydrogen contain 48,177126856.1023 atoms.
2,50 moles of silicon contain 15,055352142.10e23 atoms.
1 mole of CO2 has 1 mole of carbon atoms and 2 moles of oxygen atoms. So, 25 mole of CO2 has 25 moles of carbon atoms and 50 moles of oxygen atoms.
4 moles of nitrogen atoms is equal to 2 moles of nitrogen (the molecule is diatomic - N2).
If it is 1.54 moles of Br atoms then the answer is 9.274 X 1023 atoms.If it is 1.54 moles of Br2 molecules then the answer is 1.855 X 1024 atoms.