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Mole, Empirical and Stoichiometry Calculations

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Mole Calculations (Determining Avogadro's Number):
1. Calculate the mass of carbon in a diamond that contains 3.33 x 1024 atoms of C.
2. Calculate the mass of chloroform that contains 1,000,000,000,000 molecules of CHCL3.
3. Calculate the number of NaCL formula units in 1.37 g of table salt.
4. Calculate the number of N2 molecules in 0.111 g of nitrogen gas.

Empirical Formula Calculations (Compounds):
5. A 0.750 g sample of tin metal reacts with o.201 g of oxygen gas to form tin oxide.Calculate the empirical formula of tin Oxide.
6. A 0.565 g sample of cobalt metal reacts with excess sulfur to give 1.027 g of cobalt sulfide. Calculate the empirical formula of the product.
7. A 1.164-g sample of iron filings reacts with chlorine gas to give 3.384 g of iron chloride. Calculate the empirical formula of the product?
8. A 0.626 g sample of copper oxide was reduced to 0.500 g of copper metal by heating in a stream of hydrogen gas. Calculate the empirical formula of the copper oxide.

Stoichiometry Calculations (Precipitating Calcium Phosphate) :
9. A 0.914-g sample of stannous fluoride gives a 1.078-g precipitate of stannous phosphate. Calculate the theoretical yield and percent yield of Sn3(Po4)2.
10. A 10.000-g sample of toothpaste containing stannous fluoride gives a 0.145-g precipitate of stannous phosphate. What is the percentage of SnF2 in the toothpaste sample?

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