clacuate the number of moles of phosphurs atoms in 100g of phosphurs if phosphurs is considered to contain P4 moluclues then how many moles it has (atomic mass of khakhors=31) explain

Asked by  | 21st Nov, 2013, 06:29: PM

Expert Answer:

Solution :

Mass of 1 mole of P4 = 4 × 31 = 124g

Therefore, Moles in 100 g of P4 = 100   =0.806 moles


So, there are 0.806 moles of P4 in 100 g of it.

Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 22nd Nov, 2013, 09:53: AM

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