The ratio of oxygen to carbon by mass in carbon monoxide is 1.33\div1.00.

Gregory Emery 2021-12-18 Answered
The ratio of oxygen to carbon by mass in carbon monoxide is 1.33÷1.00. Find the formula of an oxide of carbon in which the ratio by mass of oxygen to carbon is 2.00÷1.00 .
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Shawn Kim
Answered 2021-12-19 Author has 25 answers
Step 1
First , we need to find two numbers that are in a relation 2÷1, of whith the first number is divisible with the molecular mass of the oxygen (16), while the second is divisible with the molecular mass of the carbon (12),
2÷1=24÷12=48÷24
Step 2
Next, to get the number of atoms of each element in a molecule CxOy, we divide the numbers we previously obtained, first one with the molecular mass of the oxygen, and the second with the molecular mass of the carbon.
x=2412=2
y=4816=3
Therefore, CxOy=C2O3

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zurilomk4
Answered 2021-12-20 Author has 35 answers
Step 1
To calculate the molecular formula, convert the mass ratio into molar ratio as follows:
mass ratio of O÷C=2÷1
molar mass of carbon is 12gmol and that of oxygen is 16gmol thus, number of moles can be calculated as follows:
n=mM
calculating ratio,
O÷C=2g16gmol÷1g12gmo;
=18÷112=12÷8=3÷2
thus, molecular formula will be C2O3

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Don Sumner
Answered 2021-12-27 Author has 35 answers

Step 1
The ratio of oxigen to carbon by mass in carbon monoxide is 1.33÷1.00
Now the formula of an oxide od carbon in which the ratio by mass of mass of oxigen to carbon is 2÷1
Here, 2÷1
We should find the ratio of two number in which first number should be divide by 16 (as oxygen molecular mass) and should by 12 (as carbon)
Step 2
The ratio is 48÷24
Let teh formula be CxOy
x=2412
y=4816
x=2, y=3
the formula will be=C2O3

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