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Kayleigh_Kirkman

  • one year ago

which contains more molecules: 1mole H2O2, 1 mole H2O, or 1 mole CO

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  1. aaronq
    • one year ago
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    1 mole = 6.022*10^23 molecules (or particles, ions, cats, etc) If you were to split the molecules into individual atoms, the answer would be different.

  2. nikitaaa_cchemist
    • one year ago
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    \[\frac { 1\quad mol\quad H_{ 2 }O_{ 2 } }{ 1 } *\frac { 6.022\ast 10^{ 23 }\quad molecules\quad H_{ 2 }O_{ 2 } }{ 1\quad mol\quad H_{ 2 }O_{ 2 } } =\quad 6.022\ast 10^{ 23 }\quad molecules\quad H_{ 2 }O_{ 2 }\] \[\frac { 1\quad mol\quad H_{ 2 }O }{ 1 } *\frac { 6.022\ast 10^{ 23 }\quad molecules\quad H_{ 2 }O }{ 1\quad mol\quad H_{ 2 }O } =\quad 6.022\ast 10^{ 23 }\quad molecules\quad H_{ 2 }O\] \[\frac { 1\quad mol\quad CO }{ 1 } *\frac { 6.022\ast 10^{ 23 }\quad molecules\quad CO }{ 1\quad mol\quad CO } =\quad 6.022\ast 10^{ 23 }\quad molecules\quad CO\]

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