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## How many atoms are in a single molecule of water?

three atoms

Atoms join together to form molecules. A water molecule has three atoms: two hydrogen (H) atoms and one oxygen (O) atom.

**How many molecules are in a single drop of water how long would it take to count them at the rate of 10 molecules per second?**

One drop of water contains about 10 22 molecules of water. If you counted 10 molecules every second for 50 years without stopping you would have counted only 1.6 × 10 10 molecules. Put another way, at that counting rate, it would take you over 30 trillion years to count the water molecules in one tiny drop.

**How many single molecules are in H2O?**

H2O has two hydrogen atoms and one Oxygen atom and so the total is 3.

### How many molecules are in a liter of water?

One mole of water has a mass of 18 grams and a volume of 18 mL (as the density of water is 1 g per cm3). It contains Avogadro’s number of molecules (6x 10^23). Thus 1 litre of water contains 1 / 18 x 1000 x 6 x 1^23. molecules……

**How many atoms are in a glass of water?**

So your total is 3.6 x 10 (25) or 36000000000000000000000000 atoms in a glass of water.

**Is water made of matter?**

States of Matter Not only is water the most common substance on earth, but it is also the only substance that commonly appears as a solid, a liquid, and a gas within the normal range of earth’s temperatures. This makes water a good model for discussing the solid, liquid, and gas states of matter.

#### How many molecules are there in 1 drop of water if 1 mL of water contains 20 drops?

=1.673×1021 molecules.

**Why is Avogadro’s number?**

Avogadro’s number is one of the fundamental constants of chemistry. It permits one to compare the different atoms or molecules of given substances where the same number of atoms or molecules are being compared.

**How many water molecules exist?**

Finally, use Avogadro’s number to determine the number of molecules in a drop of water. Avogadro’s number tells us there are 6.022 x 1023 molecules of water per mole of water.

## Can you have a single molecule of water?

A single molecule of water has been isolated for the first time by trapping it in a fullerene cage. Water molecules are never found alone — they are always hydrogen-bonded to other molecules of water or polar compounds.

**How many water molecules are in a cup of water?**

Water isn’t a continuous quantity though, it’s composed of individual H2O molecules. A standard cup is 250 mL, which is roughly 8.4×1024 molecules of water (the exact number is not important, but you should know how to calculate it like in the example below).

**How to calculate the number of molecules in a drop of water?**

To calculate the number of molecules and atoms in a water drop, you need to know the chemical formula of water. There are two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen in each water molecule, making the formula H 2 O. So, each molecule of water contains 3 atoms. Determine the molar mass of water.

### How many molecules are in a milliliter of water?

In other words, 1 milliliter of water has a mass of 1 gram. A drop of water is 0.05 mL of water, so its mass would be 0.05 grams. One mole of water is 18.016 grams, so in 0.05 grams, in one drop, the number of moles is: Finally, use Avogadro’s number to determine the number of molecules in a drop of water.

**How many grams are in a drop of water?**

A drop of water is 0.05 mL of water, so its mass would be 0.05 grams. One mole of water is 18.016 grams, so in 0.05 grams, in one drop, the number of moles is: moles of water in one drop = 0.05 grams x (1 mole/18.016 grams) moles of water in one drop = 0.002775 moles

**How many drops of water are there in the ocean?**

number of drops of water in the ocean = 2.676 x 10 26 drops. So, there are more drops of water in the ocean than there are atoms in a drop of water. How many more drops depends mainly on the size of your drops, but there are between 1,000 and 100,000 more drops of water in the ocean than atoms in a drop of water.