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How many moles of magnesium oxide are formed when 4 moles of magnesium react with oxygen
Four (4) moles of magnesium oxide are formed when 4 moles of
magnesium react with oxygen.
How many moles of sodium oxide will be produced when 10 moles of sodium react with oxygen
If 2 moles of sodium carbonate are used in the reaction how many grams of sodium chloride will be formed
Temperature is used to increase the volume of gas
, the answer is Charles' Law!
The correct value for the universal gas constant is
Values of general gas constant are: (value dependant on
R = 0.08205746 [atm. ℓ.mol-1.K-1]
R = 8.314472 [Pa.m3.mol-1.K-1 or J.mol-1.K-1]
R = 1.99 [Cal.mol-1.K-1]
An increase in gas pressure is a result of an increase in molecular collisions
Sodium will react with oxygen to form sodium oxide Use the formula below to determine how many grams of sodium oxide will be formed if 46 grams of sodium are used in the reaction
When expressing pressure in mmHg what is the only unit of volume one should use
Hey Candi Keller, the answer is mL! :)
How many grams of sodium are in 3 moles of sodium carbonate
one mole sodium carbonate contains 23X2 sodium, for three moles
it will be 23X2X3=138 gram;
Avogadro's principle can be applied when these 3 measurements are the same
temperature pressure and volume
The ideal gas law measures pressure in
In the ideal gas law n represents
How many grams of water will be needed to produce 1.5 moles of acetylene gas
What term is defined as the number of moles of solute divided by the number of liters of solution
Molarity, abbrev. M, units: mol/L, mmol/ml
An unknown sample with a molecular mass of 180.0g is analyzed to yield 40 percent C 6.7 percent H and 53.3 percent O What is the empirical formula and the molecular formula of this compound
A compound is found be 36.5 percent Na 25.3 percent S and 38.0 percent O What is its empirical formula
The elements in an imaginary compound exist in the mole ratio of 1 3 1 for elements XY What will the empirical formula for the compound be
What is the best definition of manometer
an instrument that is used to measure gas in a closed container.
Pressure is used to increase the volume of gas
Pressure is used to increase the volume of gas in Boyle's
A compound formed of 0.059 mol hydrogen and 0.94 mol oxygen has a molecular mass of 34.0 gmole What is the molecular formula of this compound
The formula for sugar is C12H22011 how many moles of carbon are in 2 moles of sugar
If there are 2 moles of sugar. and 12 atoms of carbon per sugar
molecule then there will be 24 moles of carbon atoms.
The formula for potassium dichromate is How many grams of oxygen will be in 2 moles of potassium dichromate
224 grams of oxygen are in 2 moles of potassium dichromate.
How many moles of potassium chlorate must be used to produce 6 moles if oxygen gas
Four moles of potassium chlorate are needed.
A compound found to contain 75.7 arsenic and 24.3 oxygen would have which of the empirical formulas below
From this reaction 127.1 grams of copper will produce how many grams of silver
Choose the best definition of STP
a term that indicates a combined measurement of standard atmospheric pressure and room temperature. A+