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## How many moles are present in 8.8 grams of CO2?

So no. Of moles of Oxygen = 2.4*10^22 / 6.023*10^23 =2.4/60 =**0.04 mol** Hope it’s helpful to u.

## How many moles are in 88 grams of water?

Number of moles= 88g/ 18 g/ moles= **4.89 moles**.

## How many GM moles oxygen are there in 88 grams of carbon dioxide?

Since 1 mole co2 has 2 moles of O atom 2 moles ie 88 gm will have **4 moles** which is 4 times avogardos no of atom ie 4* 6.023 *10^23. 44 gms of CO2 has 2 oxygen atoms as the molecular weight of CO2 is 44gms then 88gms means 2CO2 which has 4 oxygen atoms.

## What is the number of molecules of co2 which contains 8g of co2?

= **1.5 x 10 ^{23} molecules** contains 8 grams of O

_{2}.

## How many moles of co2 will be needed to obtain 1.8 g of glucose according to given reaction?

So, we would need **six moles** of carbon dioxide to fully produce one mole of glucose.

## How many grams are in 4.5 moles of CO2?

* The molar mass of CO2 is calculated as: Sum of atomic mass of carbon and oxygen. Hence, mass of 4.5 moles of CO2 = **198u**.

## How many atoms of each element are present in 88 grams of carbon dioxide?

Therefore, no. of oxygen atoms in 88 g of $C{O}_{2}$ contains is $2 times 2 times 6.022 times {10}^{23}$ atoms. Hence, the no. of oxygen atoms present in 88 g of $C{O}_{2}$ is $2.41 times {10}^{**24**}$ atoms.

## How do you find moles of C in CO2?

Because 1 mol of carbon is contained in 1 mol of carbon dioxide, the moles of carbon are equal to the moles of carbon dioxide. To find the mass of carbon present in the CO2 in grams, we need only to **multiply the moles of carbon by the molar mass of carbon**.