Molar mass of CO2 is determine by adding of carbon atom and oxygen atom. carbon dioxide consist one atom of carbon and two atom of oxygen. We can find molar mass of co2 by adding (both atom).
What is molar mass?
It is define as the mass of sample of that chemical compound divided by the amount of substance in that sample. this phenomenon is called molar mass. It is measured in moles.
the molar mass of element it can represent gram atomic mass.
the molar mass of compound it can represent gram molecular mass.
the relative atomic mass of an element expressed in gram is called gram atomic mass.
What is molar mass of compound
the molecular formula of carbon dioxide is CO2. the molecular mass of a compound is the mass of one molecules of that compound.
One molecule of carbon dioxide (CO2) consists of 1 atom of carbon and 2 atoms of oxygen.
We can calculate the molar mass of any compound with following process.
mass of one molecules of carbon dioxide is determine by adding.
For example; carbon dioxide (CO2)
Mass of one atom of carbon + mass of 2 atoms of oxygen.
We can calculate the molar mass of any compound with the help of this process.
What is gram molecular mass
the relative atomic mass of an compound is expressed in gram this phenomenon is called gram atomic mass.
Compound it mean = CO2 (carbon dioxide)
C = carbon and
O2 = twise oxygen (O+O) =O2
So, the molecular mass of oxygen is 16
So, carbon dioxide consist one atom of carbon and 2 atom of oxygen
It mean = O+O = O2
16+16 = 32g.
So, this is called gram molecular mass
What is gram atomic mass
the relative atomic mass of an element is expressed in grams this phenomenon is called gram atomic mass.
Gram atomic mass of oxygen is = 16g
How to calculate the molecular mass of CO2 (carbon dioxide)
molecular mass of co2 (carbon dioxide) = molecular mass of carbon + 2 (molecular mass of oxygen).
because, carbon dioxide consist, one atom of carbon dioxide and two atom of oxygen.
So we can find according to following process like this.
molecular mass of carbon = 12
Molecular mass of oxygen = 16
Molecular mass of CO2 = 12 + (16×2)
= 12 + 32
So, we can say that,
Mass of 1 mole of carbon dioxide (CO2) = 44g.
Finely results (answer)
Molar mass of CO2 = 44g/mole.