anonymous
  • anonymous
Determine number of oxygen atoms in 5.33 g of quartz. Quartz is SiO2... I just need some guidance.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
first you should find the molar mass of SiO2 (It is 60 gr/mol) then use this formula: mol=mass/molar mass mol=5.33/60=0.088 every mol is about 6/022 *10^23 atoms and SiO2 has two oxygen atoms so ....
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok. Give me a sec. I'll try
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 4.416x10^22 atoms of Oxygen?

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thanks :)

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