Table of Contents

- 1 How many moles of oxygen are in 88 grams of co2?
- 2 How many grams of co2 in the photosynthesis reaction are required for this amount of glucose?
- 3 How many grams of O2 are in 1 mole?
- 4 How many grams of CO2 are produced from 5 moles o2?
- 5 What is the mass of carbon when it reacts with oxygen?
- 6 How many grams are in a mole of CO2?

## How many moles of oxygen are in 88 grams of co2?

5 Answers. CO2 – ATOMIC MASS – 12 + 2 x 16 = 44 . HENCE UNDER – 1 MOLE – I.E UNDER 44 gms – – no of oxygen items are – 02 nos. HENCE – UNDER 44 GMS — NO OF MOLES OF O ITEM – 2 ( I.E O2) THEREFORE – UNDER 88 GMS – 2 x 2 i.e. 4 moles .

**How many moles of co2 are in 88 grams?**

Therefore 44g is one mole of which means that 88g will be two moles of .

### How many grams of co2 in the photosynthesis reaction are required for this amount of glucose?

So, we would need six moles of carbon dioxide to fully produce one mole of glucose. Here, we got 88 g of carbon dioxide, and we need to convert it into moles. Since there are two moles of CO2 , we can produce 26⋅1=13 moles of glucose (C6H12O6) .

**How many grams of oxygen does it take to produce 9.60 moles of carbon dioxide?**

307.2grams of oxygen does it take to produce 9.60 moles of carbon dioxide.

## How many grams of O2 are in 1 mole?

1 mole is equal to 1 moles O2, or 31.9988 grams.

**How many grams of glucose C6H12O6 are in 3.55 moles?**

There are 639.55 grams of glucose in 3.55 moles of glucose.

### How many grams of CO2 are produced from 5 moles o2?

The mass of carbon dioxide produced (to one significant figure) is 400 g.

**How many grams of CO2 are produced from 125 g of o2 and excess ch4?**

Answer: 85.8 grams of carbon-dioxide is produced.

## What is the mass of carbon when it reacts with oxygen?

Molar mass of of oxygen (2 x16) g/mol = 32 From the above chemical equation we can write, 12 g carbon reacts with 32g O2. So, 24 g carbon – – – { (32 x 24) /12} g = 64 g O2.

**How to calculate the mass of CO2 produced?**

To solve for the mass of CO2 produced, the chemical equation must first be balanced. The balanced equation is CH4 + 2O2 → CO2 + 2H2O. This reaction tells us that 1 mole of CH4 combines with two moles of oxygen gas and produced one mole of CO2 and 2 moles of H2O.

### How many grams are in a mole of CO2?

One mole of CO2 is 44 grams, and one mole of CH4 is 16 grams. Since 30.0 grams of CH4 is burned completely it is equal to 30.0/16 grams per mole or 1.875 moles. This means that 1.875 moles of CO2 is also produced.

**How many grams of O2 does C have?**

C has molecular weight (MW) of 12 and O2 has MW of 32. Thus, grams O2 needed will be 24 x 32 / 12 = 64.