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How many moles of CC14 are present in 56g?


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Answered 2016-02-25 13:29:27

This is carbon tetra chloride. there are 0.3636 moles in this mass.

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Answered 2015-07-31 20:03:19

CC14 doesn't exist.

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The atomic mass oof iron is 56a.m.u so 56g iron means 1 mole of iron.


Molar mass of iron is 56g. Given mass of iron= 112g No. of moles = Given mass/Molar Mass => 112g/56g= 2 moles


It depends on the RMM (relative molecular mass) of the molecule your dealing with. For example if you had 2 Moles of ethene (C2H4) then you would simply multiply the number of moles by the RMM, which for ethene is approximately 28 [2C=24 +4H=28] So just multiply the RMM (28) by the number of moles(2) which gives 56g so 2 Moles of C2H4 weighs 56g.


This is a mass stoichiometry problem. Start with the balanced equation: CaCO3 --> CaO + CO2. Do a conversion from 50g CaO to moles: 56g/1mol=50g/x, x=.9 moles. The equation is balanced as written, with all coefficients understood to be 1. So: .9 moles CaO means .9 moles CaCO3. Do another conversion from moles to grams: 100g/1mol=x/.9 moles. Solve for x to get 90 grams. (56g=molar mass of calcium oxide; 100g=molar mass of calcium carbonate.)


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Assuming the reaction is 2KOH + MgCl2 --> 2KCl + Mg(OH)2, and you want both reactants to get used up completely, you must determine how may grams are in 2 moles of potassium hydroxide: KOH = 39+16+1= 56g * 2mol = 112 grams.


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gram is a weight measurement. litre is a liguid measurement 56 X 1000/1000 so 56g.


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At low concentrations, normality and molarity are about the same. So figure out how many grams are in a mole of KOH: K-39, O-16, H-1, so 39+16+1=56g/mol. 0.05 moles would be 56(.05)=2.8g, so dissolve 2.8 grams of KOH in a liter of water and you're there.


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Molar mass KOH = 56g/mol and 0.002 N KOH = 0.002 moles/L0.002 moles/L x 56 g/mole = 0.112 g/LDissolve 0.113 grams KOH in 1 liter or methanol, or any fraction/multiple thereof. For example, dissolve 0.0113 g KOH in 100 mls or dissolve 0.226 g in 2 liters of methanol.



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