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Which of the following contains maximum number of atoms a)4.25g of NH3 b)8g of o2 c)2g of h2 d)4g of he
one year ago

Arun
22615 Points

Dear student

a) 4.25 gm of NH3
moles = 4.25/17 = 0.25
b) 8 gm of O2
moles = 8/32 = 0.25
c) 2gm of H2
moles = 2/4 = 0.5
d) 4 gm of He
moles = 4/4 = 1
Hence maximum number of atoms will be in option D.

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one year ago
praveen kumar
144 Points

3.2/2=1 mole=6.023 *10^23 molecules=2*6.023*10^23 atoms=12.046*10^23 atoms.
2g of h2 cantains 2 moles of hydrogen atoms so the answer is c. if you want to check for all do as like me. thank you.
one year ago
Prajapati S
13 Points

Dear Students

(1) No. of atoms in 4.25 g NH3 = Moles * NA* atomicity
4.25/17  * NA * 4
= 1 NA
(2) No. of atoms in 8 g O2  = Moles *NA*atomicity
= 8/32 * NA *2
= 0.5 NA
(3)  No. of atoms in 2 g H2  = Moles *NA*atomicity
= 2/2 *NA * 2
= 2 NA
(4)  No. of atoms in 4 g He  = Moles *NA*atomicity
= 4/4 *NA *1
= 1 NA
Thus Correct Ans is Option (c)
one year ago
Anjali kumari
104 Points

The above answer (c) is correct. Siwa dosti atah dristi dristi they ye what I can fill to fulfill 100 characters.
one year ago
Ahiri Basu
13 Points

Ammonia=4.25/17=1/4
=1/4×6.022×10^23×4
=6.022×10^23
Oxygen=8/32=1/4
=1/4×6.022×10^23×2
=3.011×10^23
Hydrogen=2/2=1
=6.022×10^23×2
=12.044×10^23
Helium=4/4=1
=6.022×10^23
Therefore,Hydrogen contains the highest no of atom.

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