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## Is there exactly one mole of iron in 55.85 atoms of Fe?

By definition we know: 1 mole of Fe is **55.85 g per mole** {see the periodic table}. … Calculate the number of iron atoms in 0.128 g of hemoglobin. 1 mole of hemoglobin contains 4 X (moles) of iron. 0.5 mole of hemoglobin contains 4 X (0.5 moles) of iron = 2.00 moles of iron.

## How many mole are in Fe?

Divide the mass of iron by its molar mass in g/mol to get the moles of iron. One mole of anything is 6.022×1023 of anything, including atoms. Multiply mol Fe by 6.022×10**23mol** .

## How many moles are in 28g of iron?

We know that, molar mass of an element is the atomic mass in grams. Hence, molar mass of iron is 56g. Thus, **0.** **5 mole** is present in 28g of iron.

## How many atoms are there in 56 grams of Fe?

One gram atomic weight of iron is equal to one mole of iron atoms. Therefore, 56 grams of iron =$6.023times {{10}^{**23}}$ atoms** of iron.

## How many atoms are present in iron?

Explanation: And thus is we have a mole of iron, we have Avogadro’s number , i.e. **6.022×1023 individual IRON ATOMS**……….and this quantity represents a mass of ……….. ??????

## How many moles of iron does 25g of Fe represent?

How many moles of iron does 25 g of Fe represent? The atomic weight of iron (Fe) is 55.8 g/mole Answer: **0.448 mole**.