# How many moles are 5 gram of calcium?

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## How many moles is 5 grams?

How many moles are 5 grams of calcium ? (Atomic mass of calcium =40u). Thus, there are 0.125 mole in 5 grams of calcium. Thus, 5 grams calcium constitute 0.125 mole of calcium. In the above case, mass of element is 5 grams and molar mass of element is 40g/mol.

## How much more is 5 grams calcium?

Thus there are 0.125 mole in 5grmas of calcium .

## How many atoms are there in 5.0 moles of calcium?

In one mole of calcium there are 6.022 x 10^ 23 atoms.

## How many moles are there in 10 gram of calcium?

Hence, There are 0.25 Moles in 10 g of Calcium . . .

## How many moles of Calcium Ca are in 5.00 g of CA?

How many moles are 5 grams of calcium ? (Atomic mass of calcium = 40 u). Thus, there are 0.125 mole in 5 grams of calcium. Thus, 5 grams calcium constitute 0.125 mole of calcium.

## How many moles are 5 grams of Calcium atomic mass of Calcium is 40 U?

Molar mass of Calcium=40.078 g/mol. So numbers of moles =5.00/40.078 =0.125 mol.

## How many atoms are in 5 moles?

So if you have 5 mole, you have: 5 x (6.022 x 10^23) = 3.011 x 10^24 atoms.

## How many atoms are in 1g of calcium?

Explanation: The Periodic Table tells us that 6.022×1023 individual calcium atoms have a mass of 40.1⋅g .