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## How many moles are in 200 grams of water?

that’s 18 grams! Since the density of water is 1, the volume of water and the mass of water are the same. Example: If someone can fit 200 gram (ml) of water into their mouth, how many moles of water is this: 200 grams of water x 1 mole of H2O = **11 moles 18grams 4**.

## How many moles are in 200g?

[n = 200 grams ÷ 19.0 g/mol] = **10.5 moles**.

## What is the mass of 200 molecules of water?

Explanation: The molecular weight of water is 18g. So, 1 mole of water is 18g. So, Mass of 200 molecules of water would be 200×18g = **3600g / 3.6kg**.

## How do you find moles of water?

As in the given question we have to calculate how many moles are present in the 25 grams of water and for this we have to **divide the given weight of water by the molecular weight / mass of water**. Hence, 1.38 moles (mol) are present in 25 grams of water.

## How many moles are in 200g of caco3?

Here (given mass )=200g. Now no. Of moles(n) = given mass ÷( molecular mass). n=200÷100= **2 mols**.

## How many moles is 5 grams?

How many moles are 5 grams of calcium ? (Atomic mass of calcium =40u). Thus, there are **0.125 mole** in 5 grams of calcium. Thus, 5 grams calcium constitute 0.125 mole of calcium. In the above case, mass of element is 5 grams and molar mass of element is 40g/mol.

## How many moles of water are in 96.0 grams of water?

96 grams of O_{2}, with a molar mass of 32 grams/mole, represents **3.0 moles** of O_{2}. The equation states we should expect twice that number of moles of H_{2}O, or 6 moles of H_{2}O (The molar ratio of H_{2}O to O_{2} is 2/1). Mutiply that by water’s molar mass (18 grams/mole) to arrive at 108 grams of water.