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How many moles are there in 22 grams of argon?


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Answered 2016-05-02 19:31:15

22 grams of argon is equivalent to 0,55 moles.

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Argon has 18 electrons and protons...Neutrons is 22


22 grams is 22,000 milligrams.


Argon has 18 protons, 22 neutrons and 18 electrons.


neutrons = 22 (for the most stable isotope of argon, Ar-40)



1 kilogram = 1000 grams so 22 kilograms =22000 grams



if you mean 10^22 O atoms, then this is how you do it: (8.16X10^22)/2=4.08X10^22 so there are 4.08X10^22 molecules, divided by 6.022X10^23(1 mole) is .06775, so there are that many moles of CO2. If you wanted to know how many moles of overall atoms there were, there's 4.08X10^22 molecules, 1 C in each so 4.08X10^22 C, and 8.16X10^22 O=1.224X10^23, and that's how many atoms, so that divided by 1 mole is (most accurate answer i can get you) .2032547326 moles of atoms so .2032547326 moles of atoms or .06775 moles of molecules/CO2


There are 18, 20 or 22 neutrons.


Argon has 18 protons, 18 electrons. The most stable isotope of argon (Ar-40) has 22 neutrons.


argon is element 18, and so has 18 protons. argon 40 has a mass of 40, so subtracting 18 protons gives you 22. Thus, there are 22 neutrons


To convert molecules to moles you have to divide the molecules(particles) by Avogadros Number(6.02x10^23). ex:how many moles of CO2 in 3.9x10^22 molecules? 3.9x10^22/6.02x10^23=6.47 moles of CO2


Protons = 18neutrons = 22 (for the most stable isotope of argon, Ar-40)



22 neutrons in Ar-40 isotope.


I believe it is 22 grams.


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Argon (Ar)....Argon has 18 protons as shown by the periodic table...And 18+22=40, which is the atomic weight of Argon


1 kilograms = 1000 grams so 22 kg = 22*1000 = 22000 g. Simple!