Elements and Compounds

# How many hydrogen atoms are in CH3COOH?

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There are 4 Hydrogen atoms.

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There are 4 hydrogen atoms in one molecule of acetic acid, CH3COOH.

CH3COOH contains 8 atoms. Two carbon, two oxygen, and four hydrogen.

CH3COOH, or acetic acid has a total of 4 hydrogen atoms in each molecule. There are also 2 carbon and 2 oxygen atoms.

vinegar is chemically acetic acid or CH3COOH. So it has four hydrogen atoms per molecule or vinegar

4 Ch3CooH If you're talking about cations, then 3.

2 Carbon atoms, 4 Hydrogen atoms and 2 Oxygen atoms. So, a total of 8 atoms.

There is a total of Eight Atoms. One carbon, three hydrogen, one carbon, oxygen, oxygen, Hydrogen.

1 mole * 6.022e23 molecules/ mole * 4 H atoms / molecule = ~2.4e24 hydrogen atoms.

This molecule contain: 2 carbon atoms, 4 hydrogen atoms, 2 oxygen atoms.

You just need to count them. The first part of the formula (CH3) tells us that there are 3 hydrogen atoms present. In the second part of the formula, there is a fourth hydrogen atom. Therefore, one molecule has 4 hydrogen atoms.

There are three types of atoms in acetic acid (or vinegar). They are carbon (C), hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O).

Vinegar is also known as Acetic Acid (CH3COOH) having 2 atoms of Carbon 4 atoms of Hydrogen 2 atoms of Oxygen

Acetic acid's chemical formula is CH3COOH. This means that it contains 2 carbon atoms, 4 hydrogen atoms and 2 oxygen atoms.

The acidic hydrogen is the one attached to oxygen (as underlined / bold).CH3COOH

To answer your question on how many hydrogen atoms are there in caffeine, the scientific answer would be 10 atoms of hydrogen.

Assuming you mean acetic acid or ethanoic acid (both the same just alternative names), the formula is CH3COOH. Therefore your answer is 4.

Acetic Acid is CH3COOH and so there are 8 atoms in 1 molecule.

How many hydrogen atoms are in 35.0 grams of hydrogen gas?

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