How many atoms of hydrogen are in 0.180 moles of carbon hydroxide?
0.180 moles C(OH)4 (4 moles H/1 mole C(OH)4)(6.022 X 10^23/1 mole H)
= 4.34 X 10^23 atoms of hydrogen
Glucose is C6H12O6 and thus the mole ratio is 6 moles of carbon to 6 moles of Hydrogen Molecules (12 moles of Hydrogen atoms) and 3 moles of oxygen molecules (6 moles of oxygen atoms)
One mole C2H6 has 2 moles of carbon and 6 moles of hydrogen.
10ex.-23 moles for 6 atoms; atoms fractions (as o,62) doesn't exist.
1 molecule of sugar has 6 moles carbon, 12 moles hydrogen, and 6 moles oxygen. 24moles*6.022*1023 atoms/mole= 1.45 *1025 atoms
methane has one carbon atom and 4 hydrogen atom.....so one mole of methane contains one mole of carbon and 4 moles of hydroge......for simplicity...one mole of water has two moles of hydrogen and one mole of oxygen....
Seventeen moles of hydrogen correspond to 204,75.10e23 atoms.
NaHCO3 is made of 6 atoms- 1xNa, 1xH, 1xC, 3xO. As such, 6.4 moles of NaHCO3 will contain 6.4 times this number of atoms, 6x6.4, 38.4 moles of individual atoms (6.4 of Sodium, 6.4 of Hydrogen, 6.4 of Carbon and 19.2 moles of Oxygen).
There are two moles of hydrogen molecules and 4 moles of hydrogen atoms.
What can you say about the amount of hydrogen ions relative to the amount of hydroxide ions in a solution that has pH of 2?
No. of hydrogen ions = 1 x 10-2 moles No. of hydroxide ions = 1 x 10-12 moles There are 1010 more moles of hydrogen ions than hydroxide ions.
80g of Carbon = 6.6607 moles 20g of Hydrogen = 19.8424 moles
Convert 1.35 × 1024 atoms of carbon to moles of carbon
There are five moles.There is one mole of carbon and four moles of hydrogen.
2 moles of benzene gives 12 moles of hydrogen atoms since benzene is C6H6
The number of hydrogen atoms in 0,050 moles of C3H8O3 is 2,39.10e23.
If there are 2 moles of sugar. and 12 atoms of carbon per sugar molecule then there will be 24 moles of carbon atoms.
8 moles of Hydrogen molecules reacts with 4 moles of Oxgen molecules to produce 8 moles of water 8 moles of Hydrogen atoms reacts with 4 moles of Oxgen atoms to produce 4 moles of water
1.5 moles of carbon dioxide has 3.0 moles of oxygen atoms as every carbon dioxide molecule has two oxygen atoms in it.
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.
2 moles of carbon atoms ... 12.044 x 1023
6,1x10-3 moles of carbon 36,7350592277.1020 atoms.
Two moles of carbon contain 12,044 283 58.1023 atoms.
H2O is water. One mole of water contains 2 moles of hydrogen atoms. Therefore, 10.7 moles of water contain 21.4 moles of hydrogen atom.
Since propane has the formula C3H8, each mole of propane will have 8 moles of hydrogen atoms, so 5 moles of propane will contain 5x8=40 moles of hydrogen.
10 moles hydrogen
Both oxygen and hydrogen under normal conditions contain two atoms per mole. 4 moles of oxygen therefore contain 8 moles of oxygen atoms, which is sufficient to make 8 moles of water, since water contains only one oxygen atom per molecule. The 16 moles of hydrogen contain 32 moles of hydrogen atoms. Only 16 moles of hydrogen atoms are needed to make 8 moles of water, which contains 2 hydrogen atoms per mole. Therefore, oxygen… Read More
There are 4 Hydrogen atoms in 1 mol of CH4 so in 2 moles there will be 8.
In 1 gram of elemental carbon there would be 5.014x10^22 atoms. In 1gram of carbon there is 0.0833 moles moles =1g/12.011g/mol in 0.0833 moles there is 5.014x10^22 atoms. #atoms = (moles)(Avogadro's number) =0.0833 mol)(6.022x10^23)
How many moles of carbon atoms can be obtained from the decomposition of C6H6 in a 1.68 moles sample?
10.08 moles (there are six carbon atoms per molecule of C6H6, hence, six times the number of moles of carbon can be produced).
The number of carbon atoms is 15,0553521425.10e23.
4 moles of hydrogen contain 48,177126856.1023 atoms.
How many moles are inconverting 1.57 times 10 to the 24th power of atoms of carbon to moles of carbon?
The answer is 2,6 moles carbon.
Methane (CH4) has four atoms of hydrogen per molecule. If there are 3 moles of methane, then there are 12 moles of hydrogen.
The questions asks how many moles of carbon atoms. Molar mass is defined as the mass of one mole of a substance or in this case 6.022x1023 atoms of carbon. So the molar mass for carbon is 12.0 g/mol. Therefore the number of moles of carbon atoms is just 36/12.0 = 3.0 moles of carbon. How many atoms are in 36 grams of Carbon? [36 (gC) /12.0 (gC/molC)] * 6.02*10+23 (atoms C/molC) = 1.8*10+24 atoms… Read More
35 g of carbon have 2,92 moles.
2,00 moles of ammonia (NH3) have 3 moles of hydrogen.
4 moles of hydrogen atoms
2.50 mole of H2 contains 5.0 moles of hydrogen atoms (H), which are 5.0 * 6.02*10+23 atoms (particles) = 3.0*1024 atoms H
If you think to propane (C3H8): carbon - 81,7 % and hydrogen - 17,3 %.
All sugars are carbohydrates, with the general ratio Cx(H2O)y. There are thus 2 moles of H atoms to 1 mole of C atoms.
Are you asking for moles of Calcium, moles of Oxygen, moles of Hydrogen, or moles of calcium hydroxide? The respective answers are .161991414, .323982829, .323982829 , and .161991414 moles. For an explanation, see the following question: http://wiki.answers.com/How_many_moles_of_calcium_are_in_15.5_g_calcium_chloride
1 mole of CO2 has 1 mole of carbon atoms and 2 moles of oxygen atoms. So, 167 mole of CO2 has 167 mole of carbon atoms.
1 mole of CO2 has 1 mole of carbon atoms and 2 moles of oxygen atoms. So, 0.000831 mole of CO2 will have 0.000831 mole of carbon atoms.
1 moles of CH4 has 4 moles of H atoms
0.54 moles of atoms are in 7.00 grams of Carbon 13. The formula used to calculate the number of moles of atoms is No. of moles = Mass divided by Relative tomic Mass or 7 divided by 13.
1 mole of carbon (or 12 g) has 6 x 1023 atoms. So, 3 moles of carbon (or 36 g) has 18 x 1023 atoms
9 moles H atoms
There are two moles of hydrogen atoms and one mole of oxygen atoms in one mole of water. It takes two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom to make one molecule of water.
There is 9.632x10^23 atoms of hydrogen in 0.200 moles of propane
A neutral solution of about 7 pH.
2.4 moles hydrogen (6.022 X 10^23/1 mole H2) = 1.4 X 10^24 atoms of hydrogen ( gas, or otherwise )