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## How many carbon atoms are there in 1.5 mole of CO2?

How many atoms of carbon and oxygen are present in 1.5 mole of co2? Answer. Explanation: In the given formula, there is one carbon atom and there are two oxygen atoms. So, in total there are **three atoms**.

## How many atoms of carbon are in a mole of CO2?

**6.02×1023 atoms** of carbon.

## How many atoms are there in 5 moles of CO2?

Avogadro’s number: the amount of atoms in 1 mole of carbon 12 is 6.022 x 10^23. So if you have 5 mole, you have: 5 x (6.022 x 10^23) = **3.011 x 10^24 atoms**.

## How many atoms are in 1.5 moles?

There are **1.8×1024 atoms** in 1.5 mol HCl.

## How many moles are present in 1.5 moles of carbon dioxide?

Answer: The molar mass of CO2 is 44.0 g/mol. **1.5** moles is ( 1.5 x 44.0), or 66 grams.

## How many atoms of C are in carbon dioxide?

Carbon dioxide is a chemical compound that consists of two oxygen atoms and **one carbon atom**.

## How many moles of carbon are in 1 mole of CO2?

One mole of CO2 has a mass of 44.01 g and contains **one mole of carbon** atoms and two moles of oxygen atoms.

## How many atoms of carbon are there in 2 moles of carbon dioxide?

Explanation: In one mole of carbon, there are 6.02×1023 atoms. So in two moles, there will be twice that: **1.204×1024** .

## How many atoms do carbon have?

C: 3×4=**12 atoms**.

## How many moles are in 5 moles of CO2?

How many molecules are there in 5 moles of CO2? Explanation: 1 mole of carbon dioxide consist of 6.023 x10^23 molecules. Hence 5 mole of carbon dioxide consists of **3.01 x10^24 molecules**.

## What is mass of 5 moles of carbon dioxide and 5 moles of water?

We know that 44g of carbon dioxide represent 1 mole. We know that 18g of water represent 1 mole. Hence, it is proved from the above calculation that the mass of 5 moles of carbon dioxide and water is not the same. 5 moles of carbon dioxide weigh **130g more** than 5 moles of water.

## How many molecules of CO2 are present in 0.5 moles of CO2?

**02×10^23 particles** (molecules) of carbon dioxide.