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6.5 grams CO2 divided by 44 grams CO2 per mole CO2 = 6.8 mole CO2 (Molar mass CO2 = 12 + 2*16 = 44 g/mol)

5 grams co2

28 grams of CO2 is equal to 0,636 moles.

92.4 grams

A lot!! 1.5 X 1025 molecules CO2 (1 mole molecules CO2/6.022 X 1023)(44.01 grams/1 mole CO2) = 1096 grams of carbon dioxide ======================

According to balanced equation 16g of CH4 gives 44g of CO2.So 1g gives 2.75g of CO2

I think 92.4 grams

Two moles of CO2 have a mass of 88.01g.

CO2's molar mass is 44g/mol, so 15/44=0.34mol CO2.

5.0 grams CO2 (1mol CO2/44.01g) = 0.11 moles CO2

136 grams

136 grams

CaC12

For this you need the atomic (molecular) mass of CO2. Take the number of grams and divide it by the atomic mass. Multiply by one mole for units to cancel. CO2=44.0 grams454 grams CO2 / (44.0 grams) = 10.3 moles CO2

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After figuring out the calculations using the weight of CO2 and Avogadro's number, the total number of atoms in 110 grams of CO2 is 2.34 X 10^18 in sum.

one mole CO2 = CO2 molecular weight = 12 + 2x16= 44 12 moles = 12 x 44 = 528 grams

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1100 Grams. or 2.42 pounds.

The answer is 0,279 moles.

Approx. 516 g at 0 0C.

When 9.00 g c6h12o6 burns with excess oxygen 13.2 grams of CO2 will be made.

1.2 X 10^24

1 mole CO2 has about 44 grams, so half a mole of CO2 equals 22 grams

CO2 has a molecular weight of one carbon (12) plus two oxygen (2x16) or 44. A gram-mole is one gram times the molecular weight so a gram mole of CO2 is 44 grams. Thus 28 grams is 0.636 gram-mole.