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Q: If the atomic weight of carbon is twelve and the atomic weight of oxygen is sixteen the molecular weight of glucose expressed in grams is?
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If the atomic weight of hydrogen is 1 of carbon is 12 and oxygen is 16 the molecular weight of glucose c6h12o6 expressed in grams is?

180 Grams


What is the atomic molecular or formula unit mass expressed in grams?

This is the molar mass or atomic weight expressed in grams.


If the atomic weight of carbon is twelve and the atomic weight of oxygen is sixteen the molecular weight of glucose is?

Glucose: C6 H12 O6 Carbon: 6 times 12 = 72 Hydrogen: 12 times 1 (actually 1.008) = 12 Oxygen: 6 times 16 = 96 All together that makes the molecular weight of Glucose is 180


How you find molecular mass of solute?

The molecular mass is the sum of atomic weights of all the atoms contained in a molecule, expressed in grams.


How do you get the molecular mass of glucose?

A molecule of glucose has 6 carbon and oxygen atoms each and 12 hydrogen atoms. Their atomic masses are 12, 16 and 1 in order. So the molecular mass of glucose is 6x12+6x16+12x1=180u.


A glucose molecule contains carbon hydrogen and oxygen in the ratio 6 to 12 to 6 What is the molecular formula for glucose?

Molecular formulas can not be determined from information about atomic ratios only. If the ratios stated are atomic ratios, then the empirical formula of the compound is CH2O. If the questioner meant, "A glucose molecule contains 6 carbon atoms, 12 hydrogen atoms, and 6 oxygen atoms ...", the molecular formula is C6H12O6.


What is the percent of carbon in glucose based on atomic mass?

40% Molecular weight of glucose = 180 Weight of carbon atoms in 1 mole of glucose = 72 weight % of carbon in glucose = 72*100/180


What is the molecular mass of c6h12o6?

C6H12O6 is the molecular formula for sugar (glucose).Molecular mass/ molecular weight = (Number of C atoms) (Atomic weight of C) +(Number of H atoms) (Atomic weight of H) +(Number of O atoms) (Atomic weight of O) = (6) (12) + 12 (1) + 6 (16) = 180 (g/mole)


What is glucose atomic number?

Glucose is not a element. It has not a atomic number.


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What is the molecular mass of glucose?

A molecule of glucose contains 6 carbon atoms, 12 hydrogen atoms and 6 oxygen atoms. Their atomic masses are 12, 1 and 16 respectively. Therefore the atomic mass of glucose is 6x12+12x1+6x16=180 grams per mole.

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