# How many moles are 1.20 x10 25 atoms of phosphorus?

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Mole Conversions

Question | Answer |
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How many moles are in 1.20 X 10^25 atoms of phosphorus? | 19.93 moles |

How many atoms are in 0.750 moles of Zinc? | 4.515 X 10^23 |

How many molecules are in 0.400 moles of dinitrogen pentoxide? | 2.408 X 10^23 |

How many molecules are in 5.5 moles of calcium? | 3.31 X 10^24 |

Keeping this in view, how many moles are 1.20 x1025 atoms of phosphorus?

For phosphorous or any chemical compound, a **mole** contains 6.022⋅1023 molecules in it. So if you have 1.20⋅1025 (that's what I assume you meant) **atoms** of phosphorous, then just divide by Avogadro's number to find the number of **moles**.

**1 mole**is equal to

**1 moles**Oxygen, or

**15.9994**grams.

Furthermore, how many atoms are in .750 moles of zinc?

Since we know that there are **6.022**⋅**1023 atoms** in every mole of a substance (Avogadro's Number), there are **6.022**E23⋅0.750 atoms of Zn in 0.750 mols of Zn.

Mixed Mole Conversions

Question | Answer |
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How many moles of magnesium is 3.01 x 10^22 atoms of magnesium? | 0.05 moles |

How many molecules are there in 4.00 moles of glucose, C6H12O6? | 2.408 x 10^24 |

Find the mass in grams of 2.00 x 10^23 molecules of C10H15O (called penguinone because its structure looks like a penguin.) | 50.17 g |