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Q: Can you give me an example of a mole fraction?

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the mole fraction of oxygen= 37/100 0.37 the mole fraction of Nitrogen= .63 that equals to give 1

An example of a fraction is 1 over 2.

For Ideal gases, mole fraction=volume fraction

The volume fraction of a substance is equal to the mole fraction for ideal gas mixture

mole fraction= moles of component/total numbers of moles of components

The mole fraction of Oxygen = 21/100= .21

because mole fraction doesnot depend on volume

Mole fraction and mole percent are essentially describing the same quantity, only mole percent uses the conversion of a number to a percentage. That's all the difference there is. Hence, a mole fraction of 0.134 for a component in a mixture is equivalent to 13.4 % in mole percent of that component. Mole percent spans the range from 0 to 100% while mole fraction spans the real values from 0 to 1.

Mole fraction to volume fraction could be converted using the molar mass and the density of the particles involved in the liquid.

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The mole fraction of HCl is 0.34.

You flip it to a fraction

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