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Determine the number of moles of H in each sample,(a) 4.67

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Problem 64P

Determine the number of moles of H in each sample,

(a) 4.67 mol H2O

(b) 8.39 mol NH3

(c) 0.117 mol N2H4

(d) 35.8 mol C10H22

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Solution 64P

Here, we have to determine the number of moles of H in each sample :

        To determine the number of moles of H in given sample, we multiply the number of atoms of H, with the given amount of sample.

(a) 4.67 mol H2O :

        In 1 mole of H2O, there are 2 atoms of H(Hydrogen), So 4.67 mol of H2O contains :

                2 4.67 mol = 9.34 moles.

Hence , 4.67 mol of H2O contains 9.34 moles.

(b) 8.39 mol NH3 :

In 1 mole of NH3, there are 3 atoms of H(Hydrogen), So 8.39 mol of NH3 contains :

                3 8.39...

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
Edition: 5
Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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