The mass of 0.100 mole of neon is 2.018 grams. True False Question #2MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. How many grams of water were formed? (Hint: This answer will have 3 SF.) 54.0 g6.01 g0.0185 g0.167 g Question #3TextMultipleChoice Score: Uranium has an atomic weight of 238 amu. Weight of one mole of uranium = 238476 g/mol Weight of one mole of oxygen = 16.00 g The gram-formula-weight for U205 is 556318.00556.00476 g/mol. Question #4MultipleChoice
Score: The number of particles in one mole of a substance is: Avogadro's numbermolecular weightAvogadro's weightmolecular number Question #5TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: chlorine symbol: Cl2 Molecular weight: 35.4570.970.90 g Mass of one mole: 70.9035.4570.9 g/mol Question #6TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: uranium symbol: U Atomic weight: 238476 g Mass of one mole: 476238 g/mol Question #7TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: hydrogen symbol: H2 Molecular weight: 1.0082.022.016 g Mass of one mole: 1.0082.0162.02 g/mol Question #8TrueFalse Score: The mass of 0.500 mole of Ba is 274.6 grams. TrueFalse Question #9TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: oxygen symbol: O2 Molecular weight: 32.001616.00 g Mass of one mole: 32.001616.00 g/mol Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: How much mass would a mole of hydrogen molecules contain? Recall that hydrogen is diatomic. 1.0084.0322.016 g/mol Question #11TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: calcium symbol: Ca Atomic weight: 40.0858.9312.01 g Mass of one mole: 12.0140.0858.93 g/mol Question #12MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. Does the mass of oxygen required equal the mass of the water formed? yesno Question #13TrueFalse Score: An equation is the symbolic representation of a chemical reaction based on the Conservation of Mass. TrueFalse Question #14MultipleChoice Score: What do the small numbers of 12, 22, and 11 stand for in C12H22O11? number of moleculesatomic weightrelative weightnumber of atoms Question #15TrueFalse Score: The mass of 0.50 mole of copper is 32 grams. TrueFalse Question #16TextMultipleChoice Score: Weight of one mole of carbon = 12.01 g Weight of one mole of oxygen = 16.00 g The molecular weight (gram formula weight) for CO is 3.992828.01192.16. Question #17TrueFalse Score: The mass of 1 mole of lithium is 6.94 grams. TrueFalse Question #18TrueFalse Score: The mass of 0.25 mole of sodium is 92 grams. TrueFalse Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: How much mass would a mole of nitrogen molecules contain? Recall that nitrogen is diatomic. 28.0242.01556.04 g/mol Question #20MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. How many grams of hydrogen were required to form 3.00 moles of water? 0.672 g1.49 g6.05 g0.0469 g Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: How much mass would a mole of oxygen molecules contain? Recall that oxygen is diatomic. 32.008.0016.00 g/mol Question #22MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. How many grams of oxygen were required? 21.3 g48.0 g0.0208 g0.0469 g Question #23TrueFalse Score: Avogadro's number is equal to 6.02 x 1025 particles/mole. TrueFalse Question #24TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: iron symbol: Fe Atomic weight: 111.755.85 g Mass of one mole: 55.85111.7 g/mol
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User: The mass of 0.100 mole of neon is 2.018 grams. True False Question #2MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. How many grams of water were formed? (Hint: This answer will have 3 SF.) 54.0 g6.01 g0.0185 g0.167 g Question #3TextMultipleChoice Score: Uranium has an atomic weight of 238 amu. Weight of one mole of uranium = 238476 g/mol Weight of one mole of oxygen = 16.00 g The gram-formula-weight for U205 is 556318.00556.00476 g/mol. Question #4MultipleChoice Score: The number of particles in one mole of a substance is: Avogadro's numbermolecular weightAvogadro's weightmolecular number Question #5TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: chlorine symbol: Cl2 Molecular weight: 35.4570.970.90 g Mass of one mole: 70.9035.4570.9 g/mol Question #6TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: uranium symbol: U Atomic weight: 238476 g Mass of one mole: 476238 g/mol Question #7TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: hydrogen symbol: H2 Molecular weight: 1.0082.022.016 g Mass of one mole: 1.0082.0162.02 g/mol Question #8TrueFalse Score: The mass of 0.500 mole of Ba is 274.6 grams. TrueFalse Question #9TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: oxygen symbol: O2 Molecular weight: 32.001616.00 g Mass of one mole: 32.001616.00 g/mol Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: How much mass would a mole of hydrogen molecules contain? Recall that hydrogen is diatomic. 1.0084.0322.016 g/mol Question #11TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: calcium symbol: Ca Atomic weight: 40.0858.9312.01 g Mass of one mole: 12.0140.0858.93 g/mol Question #12MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. Does the mass of oxygen required equal the mass of the water formed? yesno Question #13TrueFalse Score: An equation is the symbolic representation of a chemical reaction based on the Conservation of Mass. TrueFalse Question #14MultipleChoice Score: What do the small numbers of 12, 22, and 11 stand for in C12H22O11? number of moleculesatomic weightrelative weightnumber of atoms Question #15TrueFalse Score: The mass of 0.50 mole of copper is 32 grams. TrueFalse Question #16TextMultipleChoice Score: Weight of one mole of carbon = 12.01 g Weight of one mole of oxygen = 16.00 g The molecular weight (gram formula weight) for CO is 3.992828.01192.16. Question #17TrueFalse Score: The mass of 1 mole of lithium is 6.94 grams. TrueFalse Question #18TrueFalse Score: The mass of 0.25 mole of sodium is 92 grams. TrueFalse Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: How much mass would a mole of nitrogen molecules contain? Recall that nitrogen is diatomic. 28.0242.01556.04 g/mol Question #20MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. How many grams of hydrogen were required to form 3.00 moles of water? 0.672 g1.49 g6.05 g0.0469 g Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: How much mass would a mole of oxygen molecules contain? Recall that oxygen is diatomic. 32.008.0016.00 g/mol Question #22MultipleChoice Score: When 3.00 moles of hydrogen molecules and 1.50 moles of oxygen molecules react, they form 3.00 moles of water according to the reaction below. How many grams of oxygen were required? 21.3 g48.0 g0.0208 g0.0469 g Question #23TrueFalse Score: Avogadro's number is equal to 6.02 x 1025 particles/mole. TrueFalse Question #24TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the periodic table, complete the following. Element: iron symbol: Fe Atomic weight: 111.755.85 g Mass of one mole: 55.85111.7 g/mol

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