There are 7500 moles of molecules in 168 L of CO2 at STP.

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According to the ideal gas law, PV=nRT, the number of moles of a gas can be calculated if we know the volume, pressure, and temperature. At STP (Standard Temperature and Pressure), which is defined as 1 atmosphere of pressure and 0 degrees Celsius, the molar volume of a gas is 22.4 L. So, if we have 168 L of CO2 at STP, we can calculate the number of moles as follows:

n = V/molar volume = 168/22.4 = 7.5 moles

Therefore, there are 7.5 moles of CO2 molecules in 168 L of CO2 at STP.

Carl Sagan said, “The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars. We are made of starstuff.”

Some interesting facts about carbon dioxide:

- Carbon dioxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is slightly denser than air.
- It is a crucial component of the Earth’s atmosphere and is involved in the process of photosynthesis, which produces oxygen and helps to regulate the planet’s temperature.
- Carbon dioxide is also a greenhouse gas, which means that it traps heat in the Earth’s atmosphere and contributes to climate change.
- Humans release large amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through activities such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation.
- In addition to its natural and human-caused sources, carbon dioxide is also used in various industrial processes such as welding and carbonating beverages.

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The video explains how to convert between moles and liters of a gas at STP using conversion factors and provides an example question to demonstrate the process. The video also cautions against common mistakes, such as assuming the one mole equals 22.4 liters conversion factor applies to all conditions, and emphasizes the importance of specifying STP and considering only gases in such problems. The video also covers converting volume to moles given the volume of nitrogen gas at STP.

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one mole of any gas at STP occupies 22.4 liters. STP conditions refet to 1 atm and 273.15 K moles= mass/molar mass. molar mass= sum of atomic masses of elements present 1 mole of any compund contain 6.023*1023 molecules. 7)at STP 168L opf C

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### How many moles of CO2 are in STP?

Response to this: Since each mole produces 1 mole of CO2, 1.15 moles of CO2 will be formed. We can compute the volume of CO2 at STP by using the molar volume. 1.15 mol of CO2 x 22.42L CO2/ 1mol CO2 = 25.78 L of CO2 at STP.

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### What is 1 mole of CO2 at STP?

22.4 L

Find: V = ? Therefore, the volume of 1.0 mol of carbon dioxide at STP is 22.4 L.

### How many moles are there in 40l of CO2 at STP?

As a response to this: Answer: AT STP, 40 L CO2 will contain about 2 moles CO2.

### What is the no of moles in 22.4 L of CO2 at STP?

As an answer to this: Calculation :-

Hence, the required answer is 1 mole .

### What is a mole of ideal gas at STP?

The reply will be: We assume ideality, and recall that at STP 1 mole of ideal gas occupies a volume of 22.4 ⋅ L. We also know that N A = Avogadro’s number = 6.02214 ×1023 ⋅ mol−1 approx. 1 5 × N A? You can do the arithmetic.

### How many moles are in a litre of CO2?

Response will be: 22.4 litres of CO 2 has 44grams weight. It is 1 mole. In 11.2 litres of CO 2, only it weighs 22grams. It is 0.5 mole. Was this answer helpful? When 1 L of CO 2 is heated with graphite, the volume of the gases collected is 1.5 L. Calculate the number of moles of CO produced at STP.

### How many moles of hydrogen were produced at STP?

The reply will be: The equality of 1 mol = 22.4 L is the basis for the conversion factor. Many metals react with acids to produce hydrogen gas. A certain reaction produces 86.5 L of hydrogen gas at STP. How many moles of hydrogen were produced? Step 1: List the known quantities and plan the problem. Apply a conversion factor to convert from liters to moles.

### How many mol of CO2 is produced per mole of glucose?

According to the balanced chemical equation, 6 mol of CO 2 is produced per mole of glucose; the mole ratio of CO 2 to glucose is therefore 6:1. The number of moles of CO 2 produced is thus 3. Use the molar mass of CO 2 (44.010 g/mol) to calculate the mass of CO 2 corresponding to 1.51 mol of CO 2:

### What is a mole of ideal gas at STP?

As an answer to this: We assume ideality, and recall that at STP 1 mole of ideal gas occupies a volume of 22.4 ⋅ L. We also know that N A = Avogadro’s number = 6.02214 ×1023 ⋅ mol−1 approx. 1 5 × N A? You can do the arithmetic.

### How many moles are in a litre of CO2?

Response: 22.4 litres of CO 2 has 44grams weight. It is 1 mole. In 11.2 litres of CO 2, only it weighs 22grams. It is 0.5 mole. Was this answer helpful? When 1 L of CO 2 is heated with graphite, the volume of the gases collected is 1.5 L. Calculate the number of moles of CO produced at STP.

### How many moles of hydrogen were produced at STP?

The equality of 1 mol = 22.4 L is the basis for the conversion factor. Many metals react with acids to produce hydrogen gas. A certain reaction produces 86.5 L of hydrogen gas at STP. How many moles of hydrogen were produced? Step 1: List the known quantities and plan the problem. Apply a conversion factor to convert from liters to moles.

### How many mol of CO2 is produced per mole of glucose?

Answer: According to the balanced chemical equation, 6 mol of CO 2 is produced per mole of glucose; the mole ratio of CO 2 to glucose is therefore 6:1. The number of moles of CO 2 produced is thus 3. Use the molar mass of CO 2 (44.010 g/mol) to calculate the mass of CO 2 corresponding to 1.51 mol of CO 2: