Total number of atoms and molecules present in carbon dioxide

# Answer

- Since 1 mole of CO2 is
**44**g... and you have 1/2 of a mole, you have one half the number of molecules in one mole;**6.02**x**10**^**23/ 2**. Since there is only 1 carbon atom in each molecule, this is your answer. thus 22gm CO2 has**3.011**x10^**23**C atoms. - A mole is 6.022 times 10 to the 23rd power. There are
**two atoms**of oxygen in every carbon dioxide molecule, and there are 3 moles of carbon dioxide; therefore there are 3.6132 times 10 to the 24th power atoms of oxygen in 3 moles of pure carbon dioxide.