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Complete the following table by writing the formula of the compound formed by the combination of the cation in the top row with the anion in the left column. Then enter the compound name, and finally compute and enter the molar mass of the compound. The first box is completed as an example.
2. Aniline is an organic compound in a functional class of compounds referred to as amines. It has been an important raw material used to produce dyes and photographic chemicals. The chemical company GAF has its name come from aniline: General Aniline Fineries. The formulas of organic molecules are written in a manner to show the arrangement of atoms that are common to the functional class of compounds; for amines it is -NH2. The complete molecular formula for aniline is C6H5NH2
- How many carbon atoms are there in one molecule of aniline? _____
- How many hydrogen atoms are there in one molecule of aniline? _____
- How many nitrogen atoms are there in one molecule of aniline? _____
- What is the molar mass of aniline? _________
3. Glucose (blood sugar) is a carbohydrate. The term carbohydrate comes from the relationship of carbon to water in the molecular formula. For glucose the formula can be written as C6(H2O)6.
- How many carbon atoms are there in one molecule of glucose? _____
- How many hydrogen atoms are there in one molecule of glucose? _____
- How many oxygen atoms are there in one molecule of glucose? _____
4. The molecular formulas of organic componds are formally written as follows: CxHy..followed by the remaining atoms in alphabetical order. For aniline this would be C6H7N, for glucose it would generically be: CxHyOz.
- Write the molecular formula for glucose correctly. _________________
- How many grams of glucose are present in 1 mole of glucose? ________________
- How many grams of glucose are present in 6.02 x 1023 molecules of glucose?_________________
- How many moles of oxygen atoms are present in 1 mole of glucose?_________________
- How many grams of oxygen are present in 1 mole of glucose?_________________
- How many moles of hydrogen atoms are present in 6.02 x 1023 molecules of glucose?_________________
- How many carbon atoms are present in 6.02 x 1023 molecules of glucose?________________
5. Determine the molar mass of each of the following compounds:
- Acetic acid, CH3COOH (present in vinegar) _________________
- Dimethyl ether, CH3OCH3 (anesthetic) _________________
- Butane, C4H10 (lighter fluid) _________________
- Citric acid, H3C6 H5O7 (essential for respiration & found in soft drinks) _________________
6. How many moles of ethanol, CH3CH2OH, are equal to 3.37 x 1025 ethanol molecules?
7. How many acetone, CH3COCH3, molecules are in a 0.89 mole sample?
8. What is the mass of 100 billion billion (100 x 109 x 109) water molecules?
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