How many hydrogen atoms are in 8.70 moles of ammonium sulfide?
4,2.10e25 H atoms
The answer is 1,72.10e25 atoms.
8.30 moles (NH4)2S (8 moles H/1 mole (NH4)2S)(6.022 X 1023/1 mole H) = 3.99 X 1025 atoms of hydrogen ========================
8.70 moles (NH4)2S x 6.02x10^23 molecules/mole x 8 H atoms/molecule = 4.18x10^25 H atoms
(NH4)2S 4.10 moles (NH4)2S (8 moles H/1 mole (NH4)2S)(6.022 X 10^23/1 mole H) = 1.98 X 10^25 atoms of hydrogen
One mole of NH4 (ammonium) has one mole of nitrogen atoms and four moles of hydrogen atoms, for a total of five moles of atoms. Multiply by Avogadro's Number to convert moles of atoms to atoms.
It is important to know that the percent of nitrogen in 4.444 moles of ammonium sulfide is the same as the percent of nitrogen in 454 grams or 4843 moles or 96 kg, etc. Remember the law of definite proportions - chemical compounds always contain the same proportion of elements by mass. Perhaps you were asking how much nitrogen is in 4.444 moles of ammonium sulfide given the percent of nitrogen in any given mass… Read More
The formula for ammonium carbonate is (NH4)2CO3. In one mole of ammonium carbonate, there will be two moles of nitrogen, eight moles of hydrogen, one mole of carbon, and three moles of oxygen. There are 6.02x1023 atoms per mole. So, for one mole of ammonium carbonate there are: 2 mol N * 6.02x1023 atoms per mole = 1.20x1024 atoms of nitrogen 8 mol H * 6.02x1023 atoms per mole = 4.82x1024 atoms of hydrogen 1… Read More
Seventeen moles of hydrogen correspond to 204,75.10e23 atoms.
There are two moles of hydrogen molecules and 4 moles of hydrogen atoms.
The number of hydrogen atoms in 0,050 moles of C3H8O3 is 2,39.10e23.
2 moles of benzene gives 12 moles of hydrogen atoms since benzene is C6H6
The number of moles is 18.56.
10 moles hydrogen
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
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.
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)
Ammonium chloride has the formula of NH4Cl. Thus, in each mole there are 4 moles H, 1 mole N and 1 mole Cl for a total of 6 moles of atoms. Then 6.02x10^23 atoms/mole x 6 moles = 3.6x10^24 atoms.
4 moles of hydrogen contain 48,177126856.1023 atoms.
There are 4 Hydrogen atoms in 1 mol of CH4 so in 2 moles there will be 8.
One mole C2H6 has 2 moles of carbon and 6 moles of hydrogen.
How many moles of ammonium bromide can be produced from 250 moles of bromine and 600 moles of ammonia?
Ther answer is none! ammonium bromide is made from hydrogen bromide and ammonia NH3 + HBr = NH4Br i mole of each makes 1mole of ammonium salt.
Methane (CH4) has four atoms of hydrogen per molecule. If there are 3 moles of methane, then there are 12 moles of hydrogen.
2,00 moles of ammonia (NH3) have 3 moles of 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
4 moles of hydrogen atoms
The number of moles of H2S is 1,895.
8,941 moles o ammonium sulphide - (NH4)2S - contain 250,4678 g of nitrogen or 41,11 % nitrogen.
9 moles H atoms
1 moles of CH4 has 4 moles of H 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
There is 9.632x10^23 atoms of hydrogen in 0.200 moles of propane
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.
2.4 moles hydrogen (6.022 X 10^23/1 mole H2) = 1.4 X 10^24 atoms of hydrogen ( gas, or otherwise )
0.50 moles of Hydrogen
How many moles of hydrogen will be produced if 0.36 moles of zinc react with an equal amount of H2SO4?
Zn + H2SO4 ---> ZnSO 4 + H2 so one mole of zinc and 1 mole of sulfuric acid produces one mole of hydrogen molecules and thus two moles of hydrogen atoms. So 0.36 moles of zinc will produce 0.36 moles of hydrogen molecules and thus 0.72 moles of hydrogen atoms.
72 grams of water has 4 moles. As every water molecule has two hydrogen atoms, there are 8 moles of hydrogen atoms. It is equivalent to 4.818 x 1024 atoms.
1.5 moles of Hydrogen. In every mole of H2SO4 (Sulfuric Acid) there are 2 moles of Hydrogen atoms. So, in .75 moles of Sulfuric Acid, there would be 1.5 (double the moles of sulfuric acid) moles of Hydrogen.
In each molecule of water there is one hydrogen atom. In 2.69 moles, there are 8.124 E23 molecules, so there are the same number of atoms of hydrogen present.
Well if one mole of water = 2 moles of hydrogen and 1 mole of oxygen, than 2moles of water = 4 moles of hydrogen and 2moles of oxygen.
3 moles of water molecules. 6 moles of hydrogen atoms. 3 moles of oxygen atoms. 30 moles of electrons. 30 moles of protons. etc.
1 molecule of hydrogen contains 2 hydrogen atoms,so 1 mole of hydrogen consists of 2 moles of atoms.
There are 17.5 moles of hydrogen molecules.
Just moles against the ratio of hydrogen atoms in compound then against Avogadro's number. Like this 0.09 moles H2SO4 (2 moles H/1 mole H2SO4)(6.022 X 10^23/1 mole H) = 1.1 X 10^23 hydrogen atoms
NH3 is balanced at 1:3, so in 3 moles NH3 there are 3*3 = 9 moles H atoms
75g/18gmol-1 = 4.167 moles of water molecules, composed of 4.167 moles of oxygen atoms and 8.334 moles of hydrogen atoms.
In 3 moles of CH4, there are 18.06 x 10^23 times Hydrogen atoms.
In 3 moles of ammonium nitrate we have 6 moles of nitrogen because in 1 mole of ammonium nitrate there are 2 moles of nitrogen.
Write out the equation first: 10H2 + 10O2 --> xH2O Since there are 2 moles of Hydrogen for every mole of Oxygen and equal moles of both are given, the Hydrogen limits the reaction as the limiting reactant. 10 moles of Hydrogen can make 10 moles of H2O with 5 moles of Oxygen left over. Think of it logically: H2 is two hydrogen atoms and water needs two hydrogen atoms, so it is a one-to-one… Read More
1 mole of water is 18g. 36g of water is thereforeequivalent to 2 moles. 2 moles of water contains 4 moles of hydrogen and 2 moles of oxygen and so there are6 moles of atoms in 2 moles of water. 6 moles of atoms x (3.6x10^24) = 36.1x10^24 atoms