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## How many moles are in n2?

In order to have **one mole** of things, let’s say particles, you need to have 6.022⋅1023 particles → this is known as Avogadro’s constant and acts as the definition of the mole. So, in one mole of nitrogen gas you have 6.022⋅1023 molecules of nitrogen gas, N2 .

## What is the mole of NO2?

In your case, nitrogen dioxide, NO2 , is said to have a molar mass of **46.01 g/mol** . That means that every mole of nitrogen dioxide will have a mass of 46.01 g .

## How many molecules of N2 are in 56.00 grams of N2?

= **12.046 X 10²³ molecules** of N2.

## How many moles of nitrogen are in NO2?

n(NO_{2}) = **1.89 moles**.

## What is the mass of 1 mole of nitrogen gas N2?

Mass of one mole of nitrogen atoms is **14 g**.

## How many moles are in 84 grams of N2?

Therefore **6 moles** of N atoms contain 84 grams …

## How many moles are in nitrogen?

**14.01 g N = 1 mol N** atoms = 6.022⋅1023 N atoms

So all we have to do now is use the correct units, which would be grams per mole, or g/mol. This makes sense because there are about 14.01 grams of nitrogen for every 1 mol of nitrogen, using our ratios above.

## How many moles are there in 140g nitrogen?

There is **5 moles** of nitrogen in 140g nitrogen.

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