# 0.5 mol of cu is equivalent to how many grams?

Contents

- 1 How many moles are there in a gram?
- 2 How many grams equal 0.5 mol of phosphoric acid?
- 3 What volume under normal conditions does 0.5 moles of h2 occupy?
- 4 What weight of butane c4h10 is there in 3 moles of the compound?
- 4.1 What is the mass of 5 mol of butane gas C4H10?
- 4.2 How are moles of a compound calculated?
- 4.3 What volume does 3 moles of nitrogen occupy under normal conditions?
- 4.4 What volume does 2 moles of a gas occupy under normal conditions answer V 44.826 l?
- 4.5 What is the volume occupied by 4 moles of hydrogen?
- 4.6 How many grams are equal to 05 mol of phosphoric acid h3 P04?
- 4.7 How many grams equal 05 mol?
- 4.8 What is a gram mole?
- 4.9 How many moles are there in 54 g of water?
- 4.10 How do you calculate the mole examples?
- 4.11 What volume does 5 moles of any gas occupy under normal conditions?
- 4.12 What volume does 2 moles of a gas occupy under normal conditions?

**Asked by: David Villarreal**| Last update: July 15, 2021

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Answer: 5 g Cu * (1 mol Cu / 63.546 g Cu) = 0.07868 mol Cu. We can say that 5 grams of copper (Cu) has a total of 0.07874 moles and 4.74×10²² atoms.

## How many moles are there in a gram?

No. of moles n = mg (1 mol / M_{m}g) = m / Mm mol. That is, the number of moles is calculated by dividing the mass by the molar mass of the substance.

## How many grams equal 0.5 mol of phosphoric acid?

D) 48g

## What volume under normal conditions does 0.5 moles of h2 occupy?

Answer: The volume occupied by 0.5 mol of water under normal conditions is 11.2 liters.

## What weight of butane c4h10 is there in 3 moles of the compound?

Explanation: 3 moles of butane(C₄H₁₀) has 174 g of butane. Therefore, 3 moles of butane are equivalent to 174 grams of it.

**24 related questions found**

### What is the mass of 5 mol of butane gas C4H10?

5. – The molar mass of butane gas C4H10 is: 58 gr.

### How are moles of a compound calculated?

- For a compound:
- One mole of a compound is equal to the molecular weight of the compound expressed in grams and this.
- molecular weight contains 6.023 X 10.

### What volume does 3 moles of nitrogen occupy under normal conditions?

Under normal conditions we have that 3 moles of N₂ occupy 73.79 liters.

### What volume does 2 moles of a gas occupy under normal conditions answer V 44.826 l?

6. What volume does 2 moles of a gas occupy under normal conditions? Answer: V= 44.826 L. 8.

### What is the volume occupied by 4 moles of hydrogen?

What is the volume occupied by 4 moles of molecular hydrogen at 12 degrees Celsius and 3 ATM pressure? Answer 31.16L.

### How many grams are equal to 05 mol of phosphoric acid h3 P04?

A) 49g.

### How many grams equal 05 mol?

Since the molar mass of hydrogen is 1 gram and that of oxygen is 16 grams, and one molecule of water (H_{two}O) has two hydrogens and one oxygen, the molar mass of water is 18 grams, we only have to multiply this amount by the number of moles we want to obtain, in this case, 0.5 mol of water weighs 9 grams.

### What is a gram mole?

Basically one mole of any substance is a weight equal to the molecular weight expressed in atomic mass units. This implies that one mole of any substance contains exactly the same number of molecules. … Equally one mole of neon atoms will weigh 20,180 grams.

### How many moles are there in 54 g of water?

Moles = 54g/18g = 3 Moles of Water. Now you would know how many water molecules we would have in those 54 grams. Easy, if each mole of water has Avogadro’s number of molecules, we would only have to multiply Avogadro’s number by the moles of water we have, that is, by 3.

### How do you calculate the mole examples?

– Or atomic number = 16 but since there are 3 atoms they will be 48. Adding everything up we have the molecular mass of calcium carbonate = 40 + 12 + 48 = 100 grams. Now we just have to apply the formula: Number of Moles = Total Mass / Molecular Mass = 25 / 100 = 0.25 moles.

### What volume does 5 moles of any gas occupy under normal conditions?

The Volume That Five Moles Of Any Ideal Gas Occupies Under Standard Conditions (Pressure Of 525 Pascals (5 Bar), Temperature Of 1,365.75 K, 0 °C) Is 113.5 Liters.

### What volume does 2 moles of a gas occupy under normal conditions?

Under normal conditions of pressure and temperature (1 atm and 273 °K) the volume occupied by 1 mole of any gas (molar volume) is 22.4 liters. The volume occupied by 2.5 moles of a gas in CNPT is 56 liters.