the molecular mass is 98
The molecular formula mass of this compound is 60.0 amu. The subscripts in the actual molecular formula are 2,4,2.
The molecular formula mass of this compound is 240 amu. The subscripts in the actual molecular formula 8,16,8.
It depends on the molecule. Carbon dioxide has a molecular mass of about 44 AMU, but most other molecules do not.
Tritium has a mass of 3 amu where amu represents atomic mass unit
2 H atoms X (1.01 amu / H atom) = 2.02 amu1 S atom X (32.07 amu / S stom) = 32.07 amu4 O atoms X (16.00 amu / O atom) = 64.00 amuFormula mass of H2SO4 = 98.09 amu
C6H12O3 is a molecular formula that contains 54.5% C, 9.1% H, and 36.4% O and has molar mass of 132 amu.
The molecular formula of Chromium Carbonate is Cr2(CO3)3 The atomic mass of Chromium is 51.9961 amu (averaged over the isotopes) The atomic mass of Carbon is 12.0107 amu (averaged over the isotopes) The atomic mass of Oxygen is 15.9994 amu (averaged over the isotopes) So the molecular mass of Chromium Carbonate is: 2x51.9961 + 3(12.0107 + 3x15.9994) = 284.0189 amu
The density of a gas depends on its molecular or atomic mass. Carbon dioxide has a molecular mass of about 44 AMU (Atomic Mass Units) while helium has a mass of about 4 AMU.
The density of a gas is directly propotional to its molecular mass. The main components of air are diatomic nitrogen and oxygen, which have molecular masses off approximately 28 AMU (atomic mass units) and 32 AMU respectively. Carbon dioxide has a molecular mass of approximately 44 AMU.
Mass of 1 atom of C-12 atom = 12 amuMass of 20 atoms of C-12 = amuMolecular mass of AB = 320 amuRachel- examville tutor
The molecular mass of H2SO4 is twice of its equivalent mass so normality of 2M solution must be 4N
The molecular formula mass of this compound is 210 amu. The subscripts in the actual molecular formula Enter the subscripts for C H and O is 7,14.7.
Mass of C-12 atom =12 amu8.5 times of mass of C-12 atom = 12 x 8.5 = 102 amuSo molecular mass of XY = 102 amusource- www.examville.com
The molecular formula is N2o4.
The density of a gas is proportional to its molecular mass. Nitrogen (N2) contains 2 nitrogen atoms each with a mass of about 14 AMU (atomic mass units) for a total molecular mass of about 44. Carbon dioxide (CO2) contains 2 atoms of oxygen, each with a mass of about 16 AMU and 1 carbon atom with a mass of about 12 AMU for a total mass of 44.
18 because each hydrogen has 1 amu and oxygen has 16 amu amu is basically the same as grams so it's 18 grams
This is impossible. In order to find this you must know the elements in the compound
Mana M Al mansour the answer is 5,10,5
The only difference is the name of the unit; the numerical values are the same. However, the value in amu is the mass of a single molecule, while the molecular weight in grams is the mass of Avogadro's number of molecules. The mass of Avogadro's number of molecules is called a Gram-mole. The molecular weight of , say, Hydrogen H2 is 2 amu. A gram mole of this would be 2 grams. The molecular weight in grams is the weight of this molecule in real grams and is an extremely small value.
The mass in grams of one mole H2SO4 is: 98.079 g/mol (molar mass)The mass in grams of one molecule H2SO4 is (molecule mass):98.079 (g/mol) / 6.02214*10+23(molecules/mol) = 16.286*10-23 g/molecule
C2H4O2=molecular formula, basically you multiply the empirical formula by 2.
90.55 g/mol or 90.55 amu (atomic mass units)
No. Nitrogen is slightly less dens than air. The density of a gas is directly proportional to its molecular mass. Dry air is 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen. Nitrogen has a molecular mass of 28 AMU. Oxygen has a molecular mass of 32 AMU. This makes air just a bit denser than pure nitrogen.
The relative molecular mass of sulfate ion is 96. Sulfuric acid molecule has two protons attached to it. Therefore the GMM of sulfuric acid is 98g.