1 mole = 6.022x10^23 particles 1 mole = 6.022x10^23 atoms 1 mole = 6.022x10^23 molecules 1 mole = 6.022x10^23 pennies 1 mole is always equal to 6.022x10^23 things.
By definition, one mole would be the same as the atomic mass. You take the number of moles and multiply it by the atomic mass (divide by one mole for units to cancel). So if you have just 1 mole, the number of grams will be the atomic mass. Hydrogen's atomic mass is 1.007 grams.
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Carbon is equal to 12.01 grams. 1.) determine how many moles of carbon are there in the mass given. Just use the conversion method. In this case, 12.011 g C x ( mol C / 12.01 g C) = 1 mole of C 2.)Acc to Avogadro's number, one mole of any element is equal to 6.02 x 10^23 atoms. there is one mole of Carbon is 12.01 grams, therefore, it takes 6.01x10^23 atoms.
It depends on how much of the acid there is. It would take one mole of, though, for each mole of a monoprotic acid.
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how many 1000mcg b12 do i take to equal 2.4 mcg
Since quantity is not mentioned, we take on mole of Sodium Carbonate. One mole of Sodium Carbonate=106g One mole of Na2CO3 has 3 moles of oxygen which are equal to 48g Mass% of oxygen = 48/106 * 100 =45.28%
First look up the atomic mass of gold on the periodic table: Gold, with atomic symbol Au, has an atomic mass of 196.9 grams/mole. Then simply take 15.3 moles of gold and multiply by 196.9 grams/mole to get 3008 grams, which is equal to 3.01 kilograms (kg) gold.
you cant take any amount to equal it because its a totally different drug
It takes 453.59237 Grams to equal a Pound
Lets say, for example the enthalpy is equal to 1200 joules/gram. You take 1200 joules/gram * (# of grams)/one mole [now you can cancel grams and it is now joules/mole.] Then convert the answer to kilojoules by dividing by 1000.
Catch the Mole. take him to the shelter where he will be humanally put to sleep and he will no longer grow.
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mg is milligram, a unit of mass. mmol is millimole - a unit of amount of a substance. 1 mole is equal to 6.023 x 10Â²Â³ atoms (or molecules, depending on the substance). For any particular substance, a mole of the substance will have a certain mass. Take hydrogen, for example. Hydrogen exists in nature as a diatomic molecule H2. A hydrogen atom by itself has a mass of 1 gram/mole, so the molecules of hydrogen are 2 grams/mole. So if you had 1 mmol of hydrogen gas, it would be equal to 2 mg. So to answer the question, the particular substance needs to be known.
One tablespoon is equal to approximately 15mL. Table salt, also known as Sodium Chloride, has a combined molecular mass of (22.99 amu + 35.45 amu) = 58.44 amu. Therefore there are 58.44 grams per mole of Sodium Chloride. Now we know that with 58.44 grams we have one mole of Sodium Chloride. Taking into account that NaCl has a density of 1.2 g/cm3, We have 3.246 tablespoons per mole of NaCl. Let's take this and divide it by the grams per mole which is 58.44 and it will equal approximately 18 grams of salt per tablespoon.
By definition, one mole would be the same as the atomic mass. You take the number of moles and multiply it by the atomic mass. So if you have just 1 mole, the number of grams will be the atomic mass. Nitrogen's atomic mass is 14.007 grams.