The amount of grams in two moles depends on the element or compound that you have two moles of. For example, the molar mass of oxygen is about 16 grams. So two moles of oxygen would be about 32 grams.
10 grams of cobalt are in 2 moles
36 grams of water have 2 moles
224 grams of Oxygen will be in 2 moles of Potassium dichromate.
moles = weight in grams / molecular weight = 56 / 28 = 2 moles
2 g HCl are equivalent to 0,0548 moles.
2 moles of water equal 64 g.
2 moles of methane is equivalent to 32,08 g.
124,60 grams of Fe3(PO4)2 are equal to 0,35 moles.
987 grams of Ra(OH)2 is equal to 3,78 moles.
987 grams of Ra(OH)2 is equivalent to 3,78 moles.
Two moles of CO2 have a mass of 88.01g.
The answer is 2 moles.
16 grams of oxygen how many moles is 0,5 moles.
224 grams of oxygen are in 2 moles of potassium dichromate.
There are 29/14, or just over 2 moles of nitrogen in 19 grams.
The answer is 224,141 grams oxygen.
how many moles are in 5.6 grams of Na?
how many moles are in 5.00 grams of CuSO4
2.,7 moles of glucose have 486,432 g.
2 moles of iron is equal to 111,69 g.
100 grams water (1 mole H2O/18.016 grams)(2 moles H/1 mole H2O) = 11.1 moles of hydrogen ==================
I assume that is 28.0 grams.28.0 grams MgCl2 (1 mole MgCl2/95.21 grams)= 0.294 moles magnesium chloride==========================Now,One mole Mg 2+ = 0.294 moles Mg 2+ ions=============================2 moles Cl - = 0.588 moles Cl - ions=========================
Structure for this is K2Cr2O7. there are 14 moles of O in 2 moles.
1+7+(8x3) =32 =32x2 (2 moles) =64
The formula for potassium dichromate is KËÃCrËÃOËÈ. How many grams of oxygen will be in 2 moles of potassium dichromate?