how many grams of sodium will have same no of atoms as 6 grams of aluminium? calculate no of moles in each of?
- pisgahchemistLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
6.0 g Al x (1 mol Al / 27.0g Al) x (1 mol Na / 1 mol Al) x (23.0g Na / 1 mol Na) = 5.1 g Na
Since 1 mol = 6.022x10^23 atoms, then 1 mol Na and 1 mol Al have the same number of atoms.
- 7 years ago
6g Al* (1 mol Al/ 26.98 g Al)= 0.22 mol Al
If you have the same number of mold of Al and Na then you will also have the same number of atoms, because number of atoms is just mols times 6.022x10^23. Therefore for this problem you could say 0.22mol Al= 0.22 mol Na
0.22 mol Na* (22.99 g Na/ 1 mol Na)= 5.11g Na