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if a mole were to contain 1*10 24 particle what would be the mass of:: (a)one mole of oxygen . (b)a single oxygen molecule.
if a mole were to contain 1*1024 particle what would be the mass of:: (a)one mole of oxygen .(b)a single oxygen molecule.

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2 years ago

Arun
25768 Points
```							1) Mass of 6.022 x 1023 particles of oxygen = 32 g/mole  Mass of 1024 particles of oxygen = (32/6.022 x 1023 ) x 1024   = 53.13 g/mole Thus, mass of one mole of oxygen = 53.13 g 2) Mass of one molecule of oxygen = 53.13/1024   = 53.13 x 10-24 g
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2 years ago
Rihaan Vashistha
15 Points
```							Here consider 1 mole having 1×10^24 particles1) mass of one mole of oxygen= molecular mass
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5 months ago
Jack
18 Points
```							Mass of 6.023 ×1023 perticale of oxygen =32 gm/mol .mass of 1×1024 perticale  =(1×1024×32)÷(6.023×1023)=53.13gm
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