What is the mass in grams of 16.3 mol of the element
nickel, Ni?


Answer 1


The mass of 16.3 moles of nickel is 956. 647 g.


Given data:

moles of nickel = 16.3 mol

molar mass of nickel = 58.69 g/mol

mass in gram = ?



number of moles = mass / molar mass

mass = number of moles × molar mass

mass = 16.3 mol × 58.69 g/mol

mass= 956. 647 g

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First of all, let's convert the mass into moles (mass (g) / molar mass)

0.030 g / 12 g/mol = 2.5×10⁻³ moles

Now, we can apply the Avogadro Number

1 mol has __ 6.02×10²³ atoms

2.5×10⁻³ mol would have (2.5×10⁻³ mol . NA) = 1.50×10²¹

Answer: There are atoms of carbon


According to avogadro's law, 1 mole of every substance occupies 22.4 L at STP and contains avogadro's number of particles.

To calculate the moles, we use the equation:


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A change from one state of matter to another involves the transfer of a. heat.
b. atoms.
c. phases.
d. density.


Answer: Option (a) is the correct answer.


Change in state of a substance occurs due to change in position of atoms by absorption or release of heat energy.

For example, ice is the solid state of water and when we keep it at room temperature then it absorbs heat from its surroundings. As a result, intermolecular forces of attraction between its molecules weaken.

Due to this particles or atoms gain kinetic energy and they tend to move away from each other.

Thus, we can conclude that a change from one state of matter to another involves the transfer of heat.

A heat because heat is the transfer of energy.

When two different liquid chemical compounds at room temperature are mixed together, the beaker they are poured into is icy to the touch. What kind of reaction is this an example of? A. a fission reaction B. a combustion reaction C. an exothermic reaction D. an endothermic reaction


Answer: option D. an endothermic reaction

Explanation: since the reaction vessel is icy to touch, it means the system gains heat as the surroundings cool down. This is clearly an endothermic reaction.

Exothermic reaction
loss of heat
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