How do you find the number of molecules or ions of .25 mol #K^+#?

2 Answers
Feb 13, 2016

it is 0.25x avogadro's no, since one mole contains avogadro's no. of particles

Feb 13, 2016

Answer:

#1# #mol# of potassium atoms has Avogadro's number, #N_A#, i.e. #6.022xx10^23# individual potassium atoms.

Explanation:

You have #0.25# moles of potassium ions: i.e. #1/4xxN_A# #=# #??# #~=# #1.5xx10^23#. Capisce?