Chemistry
OpenStudy (anonymous):

help please.arrange the samples in increasing order. 1mol CO2 / 1mol H2O / 3*10^23molecules of O3

OpenStudy (cuanchi):

increasing order based in which property?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

forgot to add in O atoms

OpenStudy (cuanchi):

do you know how many molecules has one mole?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

is it 1 c of and 2 o

OpenStudy (cuanchi):

one mole = 6.02 x 10^23 molecules in 1 molecule of CO2 you have one atom of carbon and two atoms of oxygen then in one mole of CO2 you will have one mole of atoms of carbon and 2 moles of atoms of oxygen

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok so 1 mol of Co2 is greater than the other two and 3*10molecule of O3 is the smallest one?

OpenStudy (cuanchi):

I don't think so... 1 mol of CO2 will have 2 * 6.02 * 10^23 atoms of oxygen 1 mol of H2O will have 1 * 6.02 * 10^23 atoms of oxygen 3*10^23 molecules of O3 will have 3 atoms of oxygen per molecule, then 3*10^23 molecules of O3 will have 3 * 6.02 * 10^23 atoms of oxygen which one have more atoms of oxygen now?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

oh i see now 3*10^23o3 will have more than the other two and h2o is the smallest one right?

OpenStudy (cuanchi):

Perfect!!!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ty