How many atoms are in 1.75 mol CHCl3

kramtus51

kramtus51

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2022-01-06

How many atoms are in 1.75 mol CHCl3

Answer & Explanation

Kirsten Davis

Kirsten Davis

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2022-01-07Added 27 answers

Step 1 
1 mol=6.022×1023 atoms 
To determine the number of atoms, dimly multiply the number of moles by 6.022×1023 or Avogadros

aquariump9

aquariump9

Expert

2022-01-08Added 40 answers

Step 1
To find the number of atoms in any quantity of moles you just need to multiply the number of, moles times Avogadro's constant.
Which will gives the number of molecules, and then multiply by the number of atoms is one molecule which is
5 (C, H, and 3 Cl).
The calculus is 1.75mol×6.02×1023 moleculesmol×5atomsmolecule
=52.675×1023 ams
=5.2675×1024 atoms.

karton

karton

Expert

2022-01-10Added 439 answers

1 mol=6.022×1023 (atoms or molecules)
1.75 moles of (CHCl3) we have: 1.75moles×(6.022×1023molecules)=1.05385×1025 molecules.
a molecule of CHCl3 have, 1 atom of C, 1 atom of H, and 3 atoms of Cl, therefore a molecule of CHCl3 have 1atom+1 atom+3 atom=5 atoms.
Therefore:
1 molecule (CHCl3)5 atoms1.058385×1023 molecules   (CHCl3)xx=1.058385×1024 molecules×5 atoms1molecule5.26925×1024 atoms
Solution: =5.269×1024 atoms.

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