Chemistry

# How many moles are there in 5gram of sulphur?

Atomic mass of Sulphur is 32

1 mole = Atomic mass of sulphur

No. of moles = Given mass/ Atomic mass

No.of moles= 5/32

0.15 moles

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Exactly the same as the length in a length of string.

5 moles of sulfur is equal to 160,3 g.

How many moles of sulphur in 1.81 X 1024 atoms of sulphur ? The answer is 3. The fact that we are talking about sulphur is immaterial. A mole is just another name for a gram molecular weight. The number of atoms in a gmw (mole) is given by Avogadro's Number, which is 6 X 1023 no matter what the element.

Given that the relative atomic mass of sulphur is ~32.01, 40/32.01 ~= 1.25

one mole contains 6.022 x 10^23 atoms. so multiply by 32

Divide mass of 128 g SO2 by its molar mass of 64.066 g.mol&minus;1 SO2 and you get the number of moles: 1.9979 = 2.00 mole SO2

2S+3O2 => 2SO3this is the complete combustion of sulphur. It uses 1.5 moles of oxygen per mole of sulphur

Since Sulphur has an atomic weight of 32.07 g/mol, you have one mole of Suplhur in 32g of the stuff.

no. moles = mass / molecular weight molecular weight = 64.06 mass = 28.4 28.4 / 64.06 = .4433moles sulphur

0.5 moles sulfur (6.022 X 1023/1 mole S) = 3 X 1023 atoms of sulfur ===================

It depends how much sulphur dioxide you have. If you mean how many atoms does a sulphur dioxide molecule have the answer is 3. 1 sulphur and 2 oxygen atoms.

Here first we have to fing no of moles of ammonia which is NH3 which has molecular mass, 17. Given weight is 4g so moles =4/17 ~=~0.235 Now so2 which is sulphur dioxide will have same no of moles 0.235=m/64,,,m(g)= 0.235*64=15.02

Grams is a unit of weight, miles is a unit of distance. There's no comparison between the two.

depends on how many moles of reactants

2 mole S8 (8 mole sulfur/1 mole S8)(6.022 X 1023/1 mole sulfur) = 9.6 X 1024 atoms of sulfur --------------------------------------- Same as any atom ratio in a compound, moles of atoms over moles of the compound times Avogadro's number.

20 moles x 6.02x10^23 atoms/mole = 1.2x10^25 atoms

16 grams of oxygen how many moles is 0,5 moles.

It is just as the number.It has 6.5 moles in it

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