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## How many atoms are there in 16 gram of?

so , 60.2*10^23 atoms or molecules per mole .

## How many molecules are there in 16 grams of oxygen?

The number of molecules in 16 gm of oxygen are 0.5 (= 16/32 moles). Thus the number of molecules in 16 gm or 0.5 mole of oxygen gas are 0.5 x 6.023 x 10^(23) = 3.012 x 10^(23) molecules.

**How many moles are in 16g of oxygen?**

1 mole

Here, it is given that: 16 g of oxygen contains 1 mole of oxygen atoms. In simple terms we can say that: mass of 1 mole oxygen atom (W) = 16 g / mol.

**How many atoms are in a gram of oxygen?**

For one gram atomic weight of oxygen with atomic weight of 16 grams, one mole of oxygen also contains 6.022 × 1023 oxygen atoms.

### How many atoms are there in 10 gram of oxygen?

Atomic mass O is 15.9994. Molar mass of O2 =2 X 15.9994=31.99880 g/mole. 188194557295898596197357 atoms in 10 grams O2.

### How many oxygen atoms are in 16 grams of ozone O3?

Molar mass of O3 will be 16 x3 =48 g . Here 16g 0f O3 is given so no of moles of O3 will be 16 ÷48 = 1/3 mole . now 1 mole = 3 ×6.022 × oxygen atoms therefore 1/3 mole =6.022 ×1/3×3 × no of atoms. O3 is Ozone molecule which contain 3 Oxygen atoms.

**What is the volume of 16 grams of o2 at STP?**

1 mole of a gas occupy =22.4L volume at STP therefore, 16gO2 gas =0.5 mole of O2 gas will occupy =0.5×22.41=11.2L at STP.

**How many atoms are present in 16g of ozone?**

## How many atoms are there in 16G of oxygen gas?

16 g is equal to 0.5 moles of oxygen molecules. We know in one molecule of oxygen there are 2 atoms. Hence in 0.5 moles of oxygen molecule, there are 0.5 * 2 moles of oxygen atoms. That is 1 mole of oxygen atoms. Number of particles in one mole = 6.022 * 10^23 (Avogadro constant). Thus the number of atoms in 16 g of oxygen gas = 6.022*10^23

## What is the molecular mass of 16G of oxygen in O3?

, M. Sc Chemistry (2009) O3 is Ozone molecule which contain 3 Oxygen atoms. The molecular mass of O3 is 3 times the atomic mass of Oxygen atom. 16 g O3 means 1/3 moles of it. As one molecule of O3 have 3 atoms . 16 g of O3 will contain one mole of Oxygen atoms.

**How many grams of oxygen are in 2 moles of oxygen?**

1 mole of oxygen atoms measures 16 grams in mass, so O2, with two oxygen atoms, measures 32 grams per mole. Now we simply need to convert. Take the grams of O2 you have and divide by how many

**What is the molar mass of 10g of N2O2?**

The molar mass of N₂ is 28 g/mol; that of O₂ is 32 g/mol. Therefore 10 g of N₂ is about 0.36 mol, and 10 g of O₂ is 0.31 mol. A larger fraction of a mole = a larger number of molecules, since all moles contain the same number of molecules.