1CE342.1835 grams/mole) is2) The percent composition by mass of nitrogen in NI140H (gram-formula massequal to(1) 4x 100(3) 35x 1003514x 10035x 100(2(4)3) A I.0-mole sample of krypton gas has a mass of(1) 19 g(2) 36 g(3) 39 g484 g4) At the same temperature and pressure, 1.0 mole of CO(g) and 1.0 mole of CO2(g) haveequal masses and the same number of moleculesdifferent masses and the same number of molecules(3) equal masses and different number of molecules(4) different masses and a different number of molecules5) What is the approximate percent composition by mass of CaBr2 (gram formula mass = 200. g/mol)(1) 20 % Ca and 80 % Br(2) 30% Ca and 70 % Br(3) 25 % Ca and 75 % Br(4) 35 % Ca and 65 % Brmoles of CH4 are found in 48 grams of CH4 (gram formula mass6) Howmany(1) 1 mols(2) 2 mols3) 3 mols4) 16 mols16.0 g/mol)

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1CE
342.18
35 grams/mole) is
2) The percent composition by mass of nitrogen in NI140H (gram-formula mass
equal to
(1) 4
x 100
(3) 35
x 100
35
14
x 100
35
x 100
(2
(4)
3) A I.0-mole sample of krypton gas has a mass of
(1) 19 g
(2) 36 g
(3) 39 g
484 g
4) At the same temperature and pressure, 1.0 mole of CO(g) and 1.0 mole of CO2(g) have
equal masses and the same number of molecules
different masses and the same number of molecules
(3) equal masses and different number of molecules
(4) different masses and a different number of molecules
5) What is the approximate percent composition by mass of CaBr2 (gram formula mass = 200. g/mol)
(1) 20 % Ca and 80 % Br
(2) 30% Ca and 70 % Br
(3) 25 % Ca and 75 % Br
(4) 35 % Ca and 65 % Br
moles of CH4 are found in 48 grams of CH4 (gram formula mass
6) How
many
(1) 1 mols
(2) 2 mols
3) 3 mols
4) 16 mols
16.0 g/mol)
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1CE 342.18 35 grams/mole) is 2) The percent composition by mass of nitrogen in NI140H (gram-formula mass equal to (1) 4 x 100 (3) 35 x 100 35 14 x 100 35 x 100 (2 (4) 3) A I.0-mole sample of krypton gas has a mass of (1) 19 g (2) 36 g (3) 39 g 484 g 4) At the same temperature and pressure, 1.0 mole of CO(g) and 1.0 mole of CO2(g) have equal masses and the same number of molecules different masses and the same number of molecules (3) equal masses and different number of molecules (4) different masses and a different number of molecules 5) What is the approximate percent composition by mass of CaBr2 (gram formula mass = 200. g/mol) (1) 20 % Ca and 80 % Br (2) 30% Ca and 70 % Br (3) 25 % Ca and 75 % Br (4) 35 % Ca and 65 % Br moles of CH4 are found in 48 grams of CH4 (gram formula mass 6) How many (1) 1 mols (2) 2 mols 3) 3 mols 4) 16 mols 16.0 g/mol)

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Number of moles of CO(g) = 1.0 mole

Number of moles of CO2(g) = 1.0 mole

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Mole is the amount of the substance that contains the same number of particles or atoms or molecules.

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As, carbon monoxide (CO) is a compound having one carbon atom and an oxygen atom whereas, carbon dioxide (CO2) is a compound having one carbon atom and two o...

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