Question #2a761

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Jun 16, 2017

Answer:

1 mol of carbon dioxide has a mass of 44 grams

Explanation:

You can find this by adding the atomic mass units (AMU) of the atoms (elements) that make up #CO_2#:
#m(C)=12,m(O)=16#

So #m(CO_2)=12+2xx16=44g//mol#

#N(CO_2)=(2000g)/(44g//mol)~~45.5mol#