How many hydrogens does ethanol have?
Two: Meth-, Eth-, Prop-, But-,
Ethanol has 2 carbons, one oxygen, and 6 hydrogens.
Ethanol is an organic molecule that consists of a two-carbon chain backbone with five hydrogens bonded to the carbons plus one hydroxyl (oxygen-hydrogen) group attached to one of the carbons. The hydroxyl group makes ethanol polar at that carbon, which allows the ethanol molecule to form polar bonds with the water molecules (two hydrogens bonded to one oxygen, very polar molecule). Because the ethanol and water form polar bonds they will mix completely (are miscible)… Read More
Grain alcohol, which is actually ethanol alcohol. Ethanol is composed of two carbons surrounded by hydrogens with an O-H group on the end.
If by "ethyl alcohol" you mean ethanol, its structural formula is CH3CH2OH - two carbons, six hydrogens and one oxygen, that's nine atoms altogether.
Ethanol has the formula CH3CH2OH. You first draw the backbone, i.e. H-C-C-O-H. You then fill out the 4 missing hydrogens (both above and below each of the 2 carbons)
as it is written there, that is ethanol, ie an alcohol. the oh giving it away,. however it can be written as CH3OCH3 , which is completely different. this is dimethyl ether. ethanol, c-c-o-h (this doesnt let us fill in the hydrogens, but all carbons have 4 bonds) dimethyl ether, c-o-c the short of it is that Ethanol has no isomers that are not still n-ethanol, or just ethanol
Ethyl alcohol, otherwise known as ethanol has the formula CH3CH2OH, i.e. C2H6O. 2 carbons, 6 hydrogens, and an oxygen
There are two hydrogens in H2SO4. So there are six hydrogens in 3H2SO4.
Ammonia is NH3, or a nitrogen atom bonded to 3 hydrogen atoms. By replacing one, two, or all three of the hydrogens with ethanol ( CH3-CH2-OH ), with the CH3 end being the one that bonds to the nitrogen, you create an ethanolamine. If one hydrogen is replaced with ethanol, you get monoethanolamine (MEA); if two hydrogens are replaced, you get diethanolamine (DEA); if all three hydrogens are replaced, you get triethanolamine (TEA). MEA can… Read More
Al(OH)3 has three hydrogens. So there are six hydrogens in 2Al(OH)3
The number of hydrogens equals 2x the number of carbon atoms, plus 2 extra hydrogens.
Here is a short answer: an ethanol molecule is made of two carbon atoms, one oxygen atom, and six hydrogen atoms. The short chemical formula is then C2H60. The chemical formula CH3CH2OH is more descriptive, because it conveys the information that at one end of the molecule there is a carbon atom with bonds to three hydrogens, while at the other end there is an OH (hydronium) group. Between the ends is a single CH2… Read More
Ethanol does not usually form ions.
Ethanol is totally burned.
If starting with ethane C2H6 the hydrogens must be reduced to form C2H4 (ethylene) creating a double bond between the carbons (H2C=CH2) This compound (ethylene) is exposed to concentrated sulfuric acid (breaking the bond) and forming C2H3SO4H then water to substitute an OH group on one carbon to form H3CH2OH (ethanol) Alternately the ethylene may be catalyzed by phosphoric acid on a substrate to hydrolize directly to form ethanol.
There are 3 elements in ethanol: Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Carbon.
Methanol has one carbon atom. Ethanol has two. ********************* Chemical formula of Ethanol: C2H5OH
In a single molecule of ethanol there are 2 carbon atoms as denoted in the molecular formula for ethanol C2H5OH.
antifreeze is a complexity of many carbons and hydrogens
The molecular formula of ethanol is C2H4O. This shows that each molecule of ethanol contains two carbon atoms.
The chemical formula of ethanol is C2H5OH; ethanol contain carbon, oxygen and hydrogen.
There are two carbon atoms in a molecule of ethanol.
The elements in ethanol are carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
There are .098 liters in 98 grams of ethanol.
Ethanol has a chemical formula C2H5OH. Definitely, 2 carbons.
There are three hydrogens in ammonia. NH3
remember that mass divided by molecular mass = the number of moles the atomic mass' are as follows : C = 112.01 O = 16 H = 1.01 the molecular mass of a methanol molecule is that of 2 carbons 6 hydrogens and one oxygen = 46.08g following you divide 25g(measure of mass) by 46.08(atomic mass) = 10.54 mole. (the grams will cancel with each other leaving mole as the unit if you want to… Read More
About 3.785 liters in one US gallon of ethanol.
In common terminology the term alcohol refers to ethanol. However, in chemistry ethanol is only one of many kinds of alcohol. Only ethanol (a.k.a. ethyl alcohol) is used in beverages.
...this is a very broad question. H2S is like water in that it has two hydrogens and has similar geometry to water...but it'll kill you dead. Ethanol is kind of like water because it is capable of hydrogen bonding and is a decent solvent.
The OH on the end is slightly negative. Water is polar too, the hydrogens are positive and the oxygen is negative. Because both of the molecules have a net dipole movement (they have positive and negative ends) they attract each other and dissolve each other.
The chemical formula for ethanol is C2H6O, or C2H5OH. One mole of ethanol has six moles of H atoms.
Ethanol (C2H5OH) contains 3 elements- carbon,hydrogen, oxygen
The molecule of ethanol has 9 atoms.
nine carbons and eighteen hydrogens
There are seven Hydrogens per formula unit.
1 nitrogen, 3 hydrogens
Four. A terminal carbon in an alkane is bonded to 3 hydrogens and 1 carbon, while a middle carbon is bonded to 2 hydrogens and 2 carbons.
If we are talking about a single molecule of sulfuric acid, H2SO4 then there are two hydrogens... ... However if we are talking about a single sulfuric ion (which is unlikely) then the forumla would be SO42- then there would be no hydrogens
Ethanol C2H4O2 molar weight 60 grams/mole. 10grams/60grams/mole = .167 moles of ethanol as there are 2 Carbons per molecule of ethanol then there are .334 moles of Carbon.
Ethanol has the chemical formula C2H5OH and therefore has 6 hydrogen atoms.
There are 6 hydrogen atoms in every molecule of ethanol.
there are 9 atoms in a molecule of ethanol,its molecular formula is CH3-CH2-OH
Ethanol is an alcohol with the formule C2H5OH
There are three carbons that's what makes it "pro-pane" and two hydrogens for each carbon except the ends which have three. Hydrocarbons are made of only carbons and hydrogens so you just know to use the right number of carbons and attach as many hydrogens as needed to complete the carbons. C3 H 8 pro equals three (carbons)
Methanol and ethanol differ only by one carbon and 2 hydrogens. Both have the hydroxyl group and, thus, have hydrogen bonding and dipole-dipole interactions. What makes them different are their London forces (London forces are directly proportional to the number of electrons in a molecule and molecular size). Since methanol is smaller than ethanol, there is a smaller intermolecular London force. Less force holing the molecules together means they're easier to be pulled apart, which… Read More
How would I answer this question How many grams to 0.1 g of ethanol should be dissolved into 135 g of water to produce a 23 percent by mass ethanol solution?
The answer is 31,05 g ethanol.
Ammonia is NH3. It has three hydrogens per molecule.