The mass of 4,5 moles of carbon is 54,04815 g.
Atomic mass of carbon: 12.0Formula of grams ---> moles: grams / atomic mass = moles3.00 grams Carbon / 12.0 grams = .25 moles Carbon
The molar mass of carbon dioxide is 44,01 g.Number of moles = mass of CO2/molar mass.
the atomic mass of carbon: 12.01 # of moles of carbon: 4 # of grams in 4 moles of carbon: ? 12.01 * 4 = ? = 48.04
number of moles = mass/molecular mass. = 24/12 = ~2 moles
No. of moles= Given mass of substance/Molar mass of substance. No. of moles of carbon dioxide in 33 grams= 33/44=0.75 moles
Amount of carbon = mass of sample / atomic mass = 4.50 / 12.0 = 0.375mol There are 0.375 moles of carbon in a 4.50g pure sample.
No of moles= given mass/molecular mass = 600/30= 20 moles
This mass is 216,18 g.
From the periodic table, the atomic mass of carbon, C is 12.0Amount of C = mass of sample/molar mass = 48/12.0 = 4.0mol There are 4.0 moles of carbon in a 48g pure sample.
The number of grams in 20 moles of carbon is 240,22 g.
the number of moles is mass in grams divided by relative mass example how many moles are there in 42g of carbon? answer 42 / 12 = 3.5 moles mass in grams divided relative mass = number of moles
The atomic mass of carbon, C is 12.0Amount of C = mass of sample/molar mass = 0.170/12.0 = 0.0142mol There are 0.0142 moles of carbon in a 0.170g pure sample.
150,0 grams of carbon dioxide is equivalent to 3,4 moles.
2,74 moles of CCL4 is equivalent to 421,44 g.
Mass is the amount of a material, such as 24 grams of Carbon-12. Moles are the amount of a material as well, but they are normalized to the atomic mass of that material. In the example above, since Carbon-12 has an atomic mass of 12, 24 grams of it would be 2 moles.
0.54 moles of atoms are in 7.00 grams of Carbon 13. The formula used to calculate the number of moles of atoms is No. of moles = Mass divided by Relative tomic Mass or 7 divided by 13.
The mass of carbon is 12o,144 g.
If you think to propane (C3H8): carbon - 81,7 % and hydrogen - 17,3 %.
28/12 = 2.3 moles of carbon. (28 is the given mass, 12 is carbon's atomic mass.)
If one mole = 12g, then 24g/12g = 2 moles of carbon are present in 24g of carbon.
Moles = mass / relative molecular mass. 360 / 1 + 1 + 16 = 20 moles
Carbon has atomic mass 12 (~). Oxygen has atomic mass 16 (~). 12 + (16 * 2) = 44, so the mass of one mole is 44g. Therefore, 2 moles would have 88 grams