# Frequent question: How many moles are in 25 grams of CH4?

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## How many moles are in CH4?

(molar mass CH4 = 16.0 g/mol] G: 1.58 moles CH4 D: ?

Approx. 6⋅mol .

## How many moles of CH4 are in 16g of CH4?

Hence, we can conclude that n (number of moles) in 16 g of methane is 1 mol.

## How many molecules of CH4 are in 48.2 g of CH4?

There are 1.8021⋅1024 molecules of CH4 in 48 grams of CH4 .

## What is the mass of 5.0 moles of CH4?

Answer: Methane consists of one carbon and belongs to Alkane group so by CnH2n+2 we get CH4. 80grams. (approx.)

## How many moles are in 72g of CH4?

Next we convert 72 grams of CH4 to moles. From the periodic table you can calculate that one mole of CH4 has a mass of 16 grams (Carbon has a mass of 12 and each Hydrogen has a mass of 1). Take the total mass (72) and divide by the molar mass (16) and you will calculate the moles of CH4, which is 4.5.

## How many moles are in 64g of CH4?

Now, no. of moles of methane = Given mass/molar mass = 64/16 = 4. So, there are 4 moles of methane or 4* 6.022 * 10^23 molecules of methane [ one mole has weight as molecular weight in gm] or 10 * 4 * 6.022 *10^23 e in 64 gm of methane [as each molecule has 10e].

## How many moles are there in 20g of carbon dioxide?

20 g of carbon dioxide is 0.45 moles.