How many moles of aluminum oxide are produced from one mol of aluminum?
A formula unit for aluminum is a single atom, while a molecule of aluminum oxide has the formula Al2O3. Therefore, one mole of aluminum provides enough aluminum atoms for only one-half mole of aluminum oxide.
24 mols of aluminum must have reacted since aluminum oxide is Al2O3
4 because there are 2 aluminum atoms in a molecule of aluminum oxide (AL2O3).
I assume this equation. 4Al + 3O2 --> 2Al2O3 4.0 moles Al (2 moles Al2O3/4 moles Al) = 2.0 moles aluminum oxide produced =========================
This is a mole stoichiometry problem. Start with the balanced equation for the synthesis of aluminum oxide: 4Al + 3O2 --> 2Al2O3. The ratio of aluminum to aluminum oxide in this equation is 4:2, or 2:1, so 5.23 moles Al means half that number for Al2O3, so about 2.62 moles of aluminum oxide will be produced.
This value is 38,9 mol.
3,5 moles of sodium oxide will be produced when 10 moles of sodium reacts with oxygen.
The formula for aluminum oxide is Al2O3, which means that, if aluminum oxide is ionically bonded, every formula mass of aluminum oxide contains three O-2 ions. In this instance, 0.65 formula masses of aluminum oxide would contain 3 X 0.65 or 1.95 moles of O2-. If aluminum oxide were covalently bonded, it would not contain any O-2 ions.
2,615 moles of aluminium oxide.
3.2 moles of water (H2O)
The number of moles is 6,631.
Aluminium Oxide(Al2O3) has 2 moles of aluminum and 3 moles of oxygen. The total is 5 moles. One mole is 6.022 x 1023 atoms. Therefore, 5 moles = 30.110 x 1023 atoms
33 grams aluminum (1 mole Al/26.98 grams) = 1.2 moles of aluminum ================
4Na+O2==2Na2o is the reaction. 5 moles of Na2O will form by reacting.
1,075 moles of aluminium chloride are obtained.
The reaction equation is 2 Na + O2 -> Na2O. this shows that each mole of sodium oxide requires two moles of sodium. Therefore, 5 moles of sodium oxide will be produced by reacting 10 moles of sodium.
In the reaction of aluminum metal and oxygen gas aluminum oxide is formed How many moles of O2 will react with 2.0 moles Al?
1.5 moles of O2 react with 2 moles of Al 2Al + 1.5 O2 = Al2O3.
Hoy many moles of potassium nitrate are produced when 2 moles of potassium phosphate react wth 2 moles of aluminum nitrate?
there are two moles produced in potassium nitrate.
When 0.440 mol of aluminum are allowed to react with an excess of chlorine gas Cl2 how many moles of aluminum chloride are produced?
Equation. 2Al + 3Cl2 -> 2AlCl3 one to one again 0.440 moles Al (2 moles AlCl3/2 moles Al) = 0.440 moles AlCl3 produced
5.2 g of AL2
5 moles: 10 Na + (enough) O2 --> 5 Na2O
How many moles of sodium oxide will be produced when 10 moles of sodium react with oxygen This is the formula for the reaction?
Balanced equation. 4Na + O2 -> 2Na2O 10 moles Na (2 moles Na2O/4 moles Na) = 5.0 moles Na2O produced
Aluminum oxide has a molar mass of 101.961 grams per mole. 408 grams of aluminum oxide is equal to about 4 moles or 2.4089 E24 molecules.
How many moles of iron will be produced from 6.2 moles of carbon monoxide reacting with excess iron (III) oxide?
The result is 4,133 moles Fe.
How many moles of calcium oxide are produced when 36.5 grams of calcium reacts completely with oxygen gas?
2Ca + O2 --> 2CaO The molar mass of Calcium is 40g/mol. 36.5g/40g gives you 0.9125 moles of Calcium. The moles of calcium are equivalent to the moles of Calcium oxide. The answer is 0.9125 moles of calcium oxide. Correct me if I am wrong.
How many moles of aluminum oxide (Al2O3) are formed in the reaction Fe2O3 plus 2Al and rarr Al2O3 plus 2Fe?
Fe2O3 + 2Al ===> Al2O3 + 2FeIn this reaction the number of moles of Al2O3 produced is dependent on the number of moles of Fe2O3 and Al that one starts with. For every 1 mole Fe2O3 and 2 moles Al, one gets 1 moles of Al2O3.
depends on how much aluminum oxide you have, 1gram, 2 billion Kg? how many? cant find the number of moles of oxygen without knowing the mass of the al203
How many moles of sodium oxide will be produced when 10 moles of sodium react with oxygen 4Na OËÃ æ 2NaËÃO?
the no. of moles in aluminum are 3.703
The formula for tin (IV) oxide is SnO2. This formula shows that each formula unit contains exactly one tin atom. Therefore, if 0.74 mole of tin (IV) oxide is heated sufficiently to cause complete disproportionation of the compound to its constituent elements, 0.74 moles of tin metal will be produced.
When 4 moles of aluminum are allowed to react with an excess of chlorine gas how many moles of aluminum chloride are produced?
Four: 2 Al + 3 Cl2 --> 2 AlCl3 so: 4 Al + 6 Cl2 --> 4 AlCl3
1,99 grams of aluminum is equal to 0,0737 moles.
You are given 34.0 g of aluminum and 39.0 g of chlorine gas. If you had excess chlorine how many moles of aluminum chloride could be produced from 34.0 g of aluminum?
1.26 mol of AlCl3
There is not any moles in an aluminum can, it is a type of metal and does not "grow" moles unlike the human being.
The Answer is .56 moles OR 0.56 moles
100,0 grams of aluminum is equivalent to 3,706 moles.
8,0 moles of aluminum sulfate contain 23,955 moles sulfur.
10 grams aluminum (1 mole Al/26.98 grams) = 0.37 moles of aluminum ---------------------------------
Balanced equation. C2H6O + 3O2 --> 2CO2 + 3H2O 0.274 moles C2H6O (2 moles CO2/1 mole C2H6O) = 0.548 moles carbon dioxide produced ============================
100/27 = 3.71 moles
100 moles of aluminum contain 602,214.10e23 atoms.
85,0g of nitrous oxide contain 3,861 moles nitrogen.
How many grams of magnesium oxide will be produced when 0.486 g of oxygen completely react with 0.738 g of magnesium?
Balanced Formula: 2Mg + O2 --> 2MgO Mole ratio: 2 : 1 : 2 Givens: .486 g oxygen .738 g magnesium 24.3 g = atomic mass of magnesium 16.0 g = atomic mass of oxygen 40.3 g = molecular mass of magnesium oxide Find the amount (in moles) of Magnesium oxide that one element will make: (.486 g O) / (16.0 g O) × (2 moles MgO)= .0608 moles MgO (.783 g Mg) / (24.3… Read More
Four (4) moles of magnesium oxide are formed when 4 moles of magnesium react with oxygen.
The answer is 1,25 moles iron(III) oxide.
Aluminum is found in many compounds. Among these are aluminum oxide, aluminum fluoride, and aluminum sulfate. Aluminum oxide is the most commercially significant of these compounds.
The answer is 1,258 moles.
Ok, this question is not complete. you would need to have a mass of aluminum to find the number of moles. Let me give you an example using 189 grams of aluminum: How many moles does 189 grams of aluminum have? the formula mass of aluminum is 27 so 27 grams of aluminum is the mass of 1 mole 189 grams of aluminum is the mass of (1/27 x 189)=7 moles
This depends on the mass of copper oxide.
How many moles of potassium nitrate are produced when two moles of potassium phosphate react with two moles of aluminum nitrate?
The ratio between K3PO4 and Al(NO3)3 is 1 : 1 We have 2 moles of each reactant so we have not a reactant in excess The ratio between K3PO4 and KNO3 is 1 : 3 Moles KNO3 produced = 2 x 3 / 1 = 6
Well to find how many grams are in moles you would eventually multiply the mole by the molar mass. The molar mass of aluminum oxide would be 101.96 ( you would find that by multiplying the atomic mass of al by 2 and o by 3 and adding them together). But the molar mass of Oxygen is just about 48 (rounded to 16 instead of 15.9994) 5.75 moles of Al2O3 X 48 g oxygen/1 mole… Read More