Sodium has an atomic weight of 22.99 and therfore 9 moles has a mass of 206.91 g.
The mass of 1,22 moles of sodium is 28,047 g.
1. Three moles of sodium contain 18,06642387.1023 atoms. 2. The mass of three moles of sodium is 68,97 grams.
1 mole of sodium is 23 g, moles = mass/mole mass 35 g Na = 35/23 moles, = 1.5217 moles.
well take sodium, which the molar mass is 23.0 g/mol and multiply by # of moles (4) and you get 92g
Sodium is a metal element. Mass of 3.8 moles is 87.4g.
Sodium chloride has a molar mass of about 58.5 g/mol. So multiply 8 moles by molar mass to get about 468 grams.
molecular formula for sodium chloride = NaClIf the mole (n) for NaCl = 5.3 moles, then the mole of sodium (Na) = 5.3 moles as well. 1 to 1 ratio mass = moles X molar mass m = 5.3 x 22.9 = 121.37 grams of sodium in 5.3 moles of sodium chloride
The mass of sodium is 138 g.
each mole contains 6.022*10(raised to the power 23) so three moles of sodium contain 18.066*10(raised to the power 23) mass of one mole of sodium is 11 grams so mass of three moles of sodium is 33 grams
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The atomic mass of sodium, Na is 23.0 Amount of sodium = mass of sample / atomic mass = 120/23.0 = 5.22mol
the atomic mass of of sodium is 22.99g/mol so you take 17.5 grams of sodium and divide is by 22.99grams per mole to get moles 17.5/22.99 = # of moles
As the molar mass of sodium chloride is 58.5 g/mol, there are 175.5 grams in 3 moles.
The mass of 0,5 moles of water is 9 g.
The chemical formula of sodium chloride is NaCl; formula is not dependent from the number of moles. Because the molecular mass of NaCl is 57,958 622 382, the mass of 20 moles is 1159,172 447 64.
That Depends on what is the mass of sodium carbonate NaCO3 1mol NaCO3 = 83g
molar mass of sodium = 23 number of mols = mass/ molar mass therefore 46g of Na = 2 mol
This mass is 69,6 mg.
Mass of 2 moles of Na = 2 x atomic mass of Na = 2 x 23.0 = 46.0g
The molecular mass of sodium chloride is 58,429 769 28.
Divide it by molar mass. So the answer is 0.518 mol
A mole of an element or compound is 6.022 x 1023 (Avogadro's constant) molecules of that substance. This number is the number of molecules it takes for an amount of substance to have a mass in grams the same as its molecular mass: carbon has a molecular mass of 12, so 6.022 x 1023 (one mole) carbon atoms have a mass of 12 grams. The molecular mass of sodium is 23 (22.989) so one mole of sodium has a mass of 23 grams. Sodium chloride has a molecular mass of 58.44 so a mole of NaCl is 58.44 grams. One mole of sodium will make one mole of sodium chloride. Na + Cl => NaCl So four moles of sodium will make four moles of sodium chloride. 4Na + 4Cl => 4NaCl Four moles of NaCl has a mass of 4 x 58.44 = 233.76 grams.
The formula mass of sodium chloride, NaCl is 58.5 Mass of 0.40mol of NaCl = 0.40 x 58.5 = 23.4g