Chemistry Mole Example
Question: What is the number of moles of 368 grams of
First, look up the atomic masses (relative atomic mass) for hydrogen, sulfur and oxygen from the CHEMIX School periodic table.(Note: If you want to download CHEMIX School - click the download link at the top of this page.)
Atomic mass of hydrogen = 1.01 g/mole
Atomic mass of sulfur = 32.07 g/mole
Atomic mass of oxygen = 16.00 g/mole
Chemistry Mole Calculation : The formula mass of H2SO4 = 1.01*2 + 32.07 + 16.00 *4 = 98.09 g/mole
1 mole of H2SO4 = weights 98.09 grams.
Solution Moles H2SO4 (368g) Calculation : (368g)/(98.09g/mole) = 3.75 moles of H2SO4
The CHEMIX School Chemistry Mole Solution
Chemistry Mole Calculation : Simply insert 368gH2SO4 in CHEMIX School Molecular Calculator formula text field and Calculate
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