# Arrange the following in order of decreasing masses. a) 0.1g atom of silver b) 1 mole of sulphuric acid c) 1g of carbon

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2015-02-18T15:26:50+05:30

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A) Atomic mass of silver = 108 u
Mass of 1 g atoms of silver = 108 gram
Mass of 0.1 gram atoms of silver = 10.8 grams

b) Mass of 1 mole sulphuric acid or H2SO4 = 1*2 + 32 + 4*16 = 98 grams

c) Did you mean 1 gram atoms of carbon ? If yes, the mass is 12 grams. If no, the mass is 1 gram.

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2015-02-18T17:11:01+05:30

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a) Atomic mass of silver = 108 unit
Mass of 0.1 gram atoms of silver = 10.8 grams

b) Mass of 1 mole H2SO4 = 1*2 + 32 + 4*16 = 98 grams

c)
1 g carbon
order
1.c,a,b