According to the law of multiple proportions, if 12 g of carbon combine with 16 g of oxygen to form CO, the number of grams of carbon that combine with 16 g of oxygen in the formation of CO2 is?
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If one can find the ratio of the number of moles of the elements in a compound to one another, one can find the formula of the compound. In a certain compound of copper and oxygen, CuxOy, we find that a sample weighing 0.9573g contains 0.7649gCu. a. How many moles of Cu are there in the sample? (MolesofCu=massofCumolarmassofCu) _moles b. How many gram of O are there in the sample? The mass of the sample equals the mass of the Cu plus the mass of O. _g c. How many moles of O are there in the sample. _moles d. What is the mole ratio (molesofCu/molesofO) in the sample? _:1 e. What is the formula of the oxide? The atom ratio equals the mole ratio and is expressed using the smallest integers possible. _ f. What is the molar mass of the copper oxide? _g/mol
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You find a compound composed only of element X and chlorine. and you know that the compound is 13.10% X by mass. Each molecule of the compound contains six times as many chlorine atoms as X atoms. What is element X?
Carbonic anhydrase, an important enzyme in mammalian respiration, is a large zinc-containing protein with a molar mass of 3.00 × 104 g/mol. The zinc is 0.218% by mass of the protein. Determine how many zinc atoms each carbonic anhydrase molecule contains.
With the advent of techniques such as scanning tunneling microscopy, it is now possible to write with individual atoms by manipulating and arranging atoms on an atomic surface. a. If an image is prepared by manipulating iron atoms and their total mass is 1.05 1020 g, what number of iron atoms were used? b. If the image is prepared on a platinum surface that is exactly 20 platinum atoms high and 14 platinum atoms wide, what is the mass (grams) of the atomic surface? c. If the atomic surface were changed to ruthenium atoms and the same surface mass as determined in part b is used, what number of ruthenium atoms is needed to construct the surface?
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