How do I calculate the molar mass of silver
The molar mass of Silver is 107.87 g/mol. Thanks and ChaCha on!
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- What is the Molar Mass of Silver?
- You are correct! Just remember that the question asks for the mass in kg, so the answer should be 0.412 kg, not 412 g.
- What is the molar mass of silver nitrate?
- it is 169.9. 107.9 - Ag's molar mass 14 - N's molar mass 16- O's molar mass Because, Ag+N+3(O)= Molar mass of AgNO3
- Which has a greater mass.. one mole of silver or one mole of gold...?
- Gold, as it has the higher molar mass.
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- Calculate molar mass?
- Q: For each of the following ionic substances, calculate the percentage of the overall molar mass of the compound that is represented by the positive ions the compound contains.(a) ammonium chloride%(b) copper(II) sulfate%(c) gold(III) chloride%(d) silver nitrate%
- A: A) NH3ClNH3 represents the postive part, so look up N and 3H's on periodic table and add together their weights.B) Cu(SO4)2Copper is positiveC) Au(Cl)3Gold is positiveD) AgNO3Ag is positive
- Two small silver spheres, each with a mass of 13.0 g, are separated by 1.00 m. Calculate the fraction of the e
- Q: Two small silver spheres, each with a mass of 13.0 g, are separated by 1.00 m. Calculate the fraction of the electrons in one sphere that must be transferred to the other to produce an attractive force of 3.00 104 N (about 3 tons) between the spheres. (The number of electrons per atom of silver is 47, and the number of atoms per gram is Avogadro's number divided by the molar mass of silver, 107.87 g/mol.)
- A: I will assume the silver spheres are much much smaller than the distance between them so they can be treated as point particles.The magnitude of the electrostatic force between two point particles is given by:F = k*|q1|*|q2|/R^2where k is the electrostatic constant = 8.988*10^9 (N*m^2)/C^2|q1| and |q2| are the absolute values of the charges on particles 1 and 2 (in coulombs)R is the distance between the particles (in meters)Because we are transferring charge between the two particles in this case, q1 = -q2, so the above eqation simplifies to:F = (k*q^2)/R^2Plug in the distance and desired force and solve for q:2*10^4 N = [q^2 * 8.988*10^9 (N*m^2)/C^2]/(1 m)^2q^2 = 2.233*10^-6 C^2q = 1.491*10^-3 COne coulomb equals is the amount of electrical charge in 6.2415×10^18 electrons so1.491*10^-3 C * 6.2415×10^18 electrons/C = 9.305*10^15 electrons must be transferred from one particle to the other.The atomic mass of silver is 107.868 gm/mol, so a 13 gm Ag sphere contains 13 gm /107.868 gm/mol = 0.121 mol of Ag. There are an Avagadro's number of silver atoms in a mole, and each atom has 47 electrons, so when the spheres are electrically uncharged, each sphere contains:(13 gm/107.868 gm/mol) * 6.022*10^23 atoms/mol * 47 electrons/atom = 3.411*10^24 electronsThe fraction of electrons in one sphere that must be transferred is then:(9.305*10^15)/(3.411*10^24) = 2.728*10^-9
- calculate the molar mass of each of the following?
- Q: a. Ascorbic acid ( C6H8O6)b. sulfuric acid (H2SO4)c. silver nitrate (AgNO3)d. Saccharin (C7H5NO3S)
- A: Calculating molar mass of any molecule becomes easy if you know the molecular formula i.e. the atoms present, number of those atoms in the moleucle and their respective atomic mass.The elements and their respective atomic masses appearing in the molecules you asked are as follows:Atom Atomic massCarbon 12Hydrogen 1Oxygen 16Sulphur 32Silver 107Nitrogen 14Molar mass of ascorbic acid (C6H8O6) is:= (6 X Atomic mass of Carbon) + (8 X Atomic mass of Hydrogen) + (6 X Atomic mass of Oxygen)= (6 X 12) + (8 X 1) + (6 X 16)= 72 + 8 + 96= 176 grams per moleMolar mass of Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) (note that here there is 1 sulphur atom in 1 molecule of H2SO4) is:= (2 X Atomic mass of Hydrogen) + (1 X Atomic mass of Sulphur) + (4 X Atomic mass of Oxygen)= (2 X 1) + (1 X 32) + (4 X 16)= 2 + 32 + 64= 98 grams per moleMolar mass of Silver nitrate (AgNO3) is:= (1 X Atomic mass of Silver) + (1 X Atomic mass of Nitrogen) + (3 X Atomic mass of Oxygen)= (1 X 107) + (1 X 14) + (3 X 16)= 107 + 14 + 48= 169 grams per moleMolar mass of Saccharin (C7H5NO3S) is:= (7 X Atomic mass of Carbon) + (5 X Atomic mass of Hydrogen) + (1 X Atomic mass of Nitrogen) + (3 X Atomic mass of Oxygen) + (1 X Atomic mass of Sulphur)= (7 X 12) + (5 X 1) + (1 X 14) + (3 X 16) + (1 X 32)= 84 + 5 + 14 + 48 + 32= 183 grams per moleI hope you've been satisfied by the answer and now know how to calculate the molar mass of any molecule
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