1 mole is equal to 6.023 x 10^23 atoms (avogadro's number)
Multiply this by 2 and you will have 2 moles of atoms
2 moles = 1.2044 x 10^24 atoms of potassium
The number of atoms is 18,066422571.10e23.
The answer is 12, 044 280.1023 atoms.
4.73 moles potassium (6.022 X 1023/1 mole K) = 2.85 X 1024 atoms of potassium =========================
The number of atoms is 101,341.10e23.
6.81 X 1024 atoms potassium (1 mole K atoms/6.022 X 1023) = 11.3 moles of potassium atoms ========================
Since molecules of potassium contain only single potassium atoms, molecules of iodine contain two atoms, and moles of potassium iodide contain one atom of each element, 2.5 moles of iodine are needed to react completely with 5 moles of potassium.
This number is approx. 18.10e+23 atoms.
The number of atoms is 11,02051776831.10e23.
15 moles3 moles potassium3 moles nitrogen9 moles oxygen15 X 6.022 X 10 to the 23rd power
The molar mass of potassium is 39,0983(1) g.
2 KClO3 ----> 2KCl + 3O2 So 2 moles of Potassium Chlorate produces 3 moles of oxygen molecules or 6 moles of oxygen atoms. 3 moles of Potassium chlorate would thus produce 4.5 moles of oxygen molecules or 9 moles of oxygen atoms.
3KNO3, so 9 oxygen atoms.
0.3 moles K (6.022 X 10^23/1mol K) = 1.8 X 10^23 atoms of K
10.0 moles K2SO4 (6.022 X 1023/1 mole K2SO4) = 6.02 X 1024 atoms of potassium sulfate ==========================
0.0384 moles K x 6.02x10^23 atoms/mole = 2.31x10^22 atoms
2 moles of ANY element contains 2x6.02x10^23 atoms of that element = 1.2x10^24 atoms.
A mole of potassium consists of Avogadro's number of atoms. Therefore 6.85 X 1025 atoms comprises (6.85 X 1025)/(6.022 X 1023) or 114 moles, to the justified number of significant digits.
There are 6.022 × 1023 atoms of potassium in every mole of potassium. Since one mole of KOH contains one mole of K, the answer is 6.022×1023 atoms of K. Therefore, 3.5 moles * 6.022E23 atoms/1 mole= 2.107E24
In 48 g of potassium are 1,228 moles.
The chemical formula for potassium dichromate is K2Cr2O7. In one formula unit of K2Cr2O7 there are 7 oxygen atoms. Thus in 2 mol of K2Cr2O7 there would be 7(2)=14mol of oxygen atoms.
12 g of potassium is equivalent to 0,307 moles.
300 g of potassium is equal to 7,67 moles.
There are 39.0983 grams in one mole of K (potassium). a mole is a number. you cannot ask how many moles are in potassium. but you may ask how many moles of a certain substance are in potassium.
there are two moles produced in potassium nitrate.
In 1 mole of any substance, there are 6.02 x 1023 particles. This number is the avogadro constant. In 0.5mol of potassium, there would be 0.5 x 6.02 x 1023 = 3.01 x 1023 potassium atoms.