AP Chemistry - Marvin Da Mole Strikes Again!
1.  How many particles are there in one mole?


2. It is estimated that a sample of matter contains 1.38 X 1025 atoms.   How many moles are present in the sample?


3. How many moles of barium are present in a sample having a mass of 22.3 grams?


4. A chemical reaction requires 3.7 moles of boron.  What mass, in grams, of boron must be used in the reaction?


5.  A sample of naturally occurring carbon has a mass of 1.732 grams.  Calculate the number of moles of carbon in this sample.


6. A chemical reaction results in 57.2 grams of the gas carbon dioxide, CO2.  How many molecules of gas were produced?


7. Calculate the mass of one trillion molecules of oxygen, O2.


8. Calculate the number of moles in:

a)   25 grams of oxygen, O2

b)  0.27 g of ammonia, NH3

c)  10.5 g of sodium, Na

d)  347 g of ammonium nitrate, NH4NO3


9.  Calculate the mass, in grams, of:

a)  1.24 moles of water, H2O

b)  0.269 moles of amonium chloride, NH4Cl

c)   5.62 moles of sodium hydroxide, NaOH

d)   2.35 moles of sodium sulphate, Na2SO4


10. Calculate the number of molecules in:

a)  3.00 moles of chlorine, Cl2

b)  3.00 moles of uranium hexafluoride, UF6

c)  3.00 moles of hydrogen chloride gas, HCl

d)  3.00 moles of any kind of molecule


11.  Calculate the number of atoms in:

a)  3.00 moles of chlorine, Cl2

b)  3.00 moles of uranium hexafluoride, UF6

c)  3.00 moles of hydrogen chloride gas, HCl

d)  3.00 moles of ammonium sulphate, (NH4)2SO4