12.8 grams oxygen (1 mole O/16.0 grams)
= 0.800 moles of oxygen
10.0 moles oxygen is 10.0 moles oxygen
16 grams of oxygen how many moles is 0,5 moles.
3,7 moles of C8H11NO2 have 3,7 moles of oxygen (O2).
3 moles of oxygen atoms
The answer is 1,5 moles oxygen.
10 moles of oxygen atoms or 5 moles of oxygen molecules.
4 moles of oxygen atoms are present in 4 moles of H2O
Answer: 7 moles hydrogen and 3,5 moles oxygen.
Since oxygen is diatomic it requires 2 moles of oxygen.
The nunber of moles of oxygen is 2,5.
Two moles of oxygen are necessary.
There are 2 moles of oxygen if conditions are S.T.P
3.70 moles NaClO4 (4 moles O/1 mole NaClO4) = 14.8 moles oxygen
4 moles of hydrogen consume 2 moles of oxygen for complete oxidation to water.
The answer is 0,5 moles oxygen.
8,55 moles of oxygen are produced.
1,75 g oxygen is equal to 0,055 moles.
The answer is 0,0095 moles.
At STP/NTP, 10dm3 of oxygen contains 0.45 moles
64 g of oxygen is equivalent to two moles.
0,667 g oxygen equal 0,021 moles.
The answer is 3,375 moles oxygen.
320 grams of oxygen is the equivalent of 10 moles.
97,5 g of oxygen is equal to 5,416 moles.
23 moles of oxygen contain 138,509.10e23 molecules.