# How many drops of water are in the ocean?

# How many electrons are there in a neutral drop of water?

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\n(oh, boy, try to stay focoused on this one :)) Okay, one mole of molecules of water, or about 60,200,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 molecules of water, weighs about (16 + 1 + 1) 18 grams. There are also about 8 electrons per molecule (I believe, please correct me if I am incorrect), and …a drop of water is about a mililiter. 18 grams of water therefore has 4,820,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 electrons (8 X 6.02X10^23). 1 mililiter is 1/1000 L, so the water would have about 4.82 X 10^21, (4.82e+24/1000), or 4,820,000,000,000,000,000,000 electrons. (MORE)

# How many gallons of water does the ocean have?

There are approximately 1.3 billion cubic kilometers of water in the oceans. 1 cubic kilometer of water contains 1 trillion liters of water. Therefore there are approximately 1,300,000,000,000,000,000,000 liters of water in the oceans, which is 1.3 sextillion liters. To get to gallons, there are …3.78541178 liters in 1 gallon. Doing the math, that means there are 343,423,668,428,484,681,262 gallons of water in the oceans. That's 343 quintillion gallons, or put another way, 343 billion BILLION gallons. That's a lot of water. this is based on the volume of the sea.. so this isn't taking into account that there is a lot of life in there, fishes,plankton,bacterias,plants etc.. I don't know what the volume of all sealife put together is, but for instance; There is a hermaphroditic zooplankton species in the Black Sea (average weight of each around 10 g) a total of 1 billion = 109000 Kg in the Black Sea at the end of the 1980s god knows how many there are now, and this is just one specific little plankton thingy in a small sea.. so over the entire oceans there must be one hell of a total weight.. oh and fiy; a fish produces 1.5 times it's own volume to urine each day :P so god knows how much pee is created each day down there :D (MORE)

# How many gallons of water are there in the oceans?

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The United States Geologic Survey (USGS) estimates there to be 326,000,000 cubic miles of water on the planet. A cubic mile can hold a little more than 1.1 X 10 12 gallons. The USGS also estimates that 96.5% of that water is in the planets oceans. 96.5% X (1,100,000,000,000 gall…ons per cubic mile) X (326,000,000 cubic miles) ======= = 346,049,000,000,000,000,000 gallons. . (MORE)

# How many drops are in one milliliter of water?

In pharmacy, 1 milliliter is equal to 15 drops. The abbreviation for "drop" is "gtt".

# How many atoms are in a drop of water?

there are 2,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (2,000 billion billion)atoms of oxygen in one drop of water. Approx. 10 18 atoms for a drop of 1o microliters.

# How many molecules in a drop of water?

How big is a drop? "A drop" is not a precise measurement. It depends on a number of factors. If you measure how big the drops of water are you're talking about, (in millilitre) then you could figure out the number of molecules based on the fact that Avogadro's number of water molecules have a …volume of about 18 milliliters. Avogadro's number is 6.022 * 10 23 (particles) per mole One drop: average volume about 0.05 ml = 0.05 g Molar mass of water 18.01 g/mol Meaning: about 1.7*10 21 molecules in a drop of water: don't start counting them!! (MORE)

# How many drops of water are in a gallon?

According to the U.S.G.S. the average size of water droplet from a bathroom or kitchen faucet is about 1/4 of a milliliter (or CC), or 4,000 drops per liter; and about 0.0169 fl oz or 15,140 drops per gallon. Some science measurements from droppers measure a drop much smaller, at 1/20th of a CC p…er drop, making the number of drops per gallon much higher. 20 drops/CC X 30 CC/fl oz X 128 fl oz/Gal = 76800 drops/gal In the end, it depends on the size of the drop as to how many drops there are in a gallon. For household leaks, 3-4 drops/CC is much more likely than 20-24 drops/CC that is often cited for scientific purposes. (MORE)

# How many drops of water in one gallon?

Facts: 120 drops = 5mL 1 gallon = 3785 mL .
90840 Drops in 1 Gallon .
If a faucet dripped once a second how many gallons of water would it waste? It would waste 347 Gallons of water a year! Facts: 1 year ~ 31,536,000 seconds 24 drops in 1 mL .
1 gallon/3785 mL X (1 mL/24 drop…s) X (1 drop/ 1 s) X (31,536,000 s/ 1 year).
= 347.1598415 gallons / year (MORE)

# How many gallons of water are in the Atlantic ocean?

9.8985268 ÃƒÂ— 1019 US gallons There is (not approx) 17,543,940,979,332,434 gallons of waterwithin the Atlantic Ocean region. Seventeen Quadrillion Gallons!The Pacific Ocean would be around the 35,000,000,000,000,000mark. .
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What does "(not approx.)" mean? It can only be approximate dueto fir…stly, defining the Northern and Southern oceanic boundariesand those across coastal features, and secondly, having a veryaccurate figure of depth over every square mile. The Atlantic'sfloor is very irregular, with its mountainous Mid-Atlantic(spreading) Ridge and the associated transform-fault ridges,umpteen discrete sea-mounts and various basins and trenches. Theonly sensible answer there, assuming the figures are largely right,is that it contains "Approximately 1.8 X 10^16 gallons" . Err,would they become UK gallons East of the MIR? (MORE)

# How many gallons of water are in the Arctic Ocean?

The arctic ocean has an area of 5,105,700 square miles. There isan estimate of over 4.4 million gallons of water. .
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That answer only makes sense if you quote the volume, notsurface area - i.e. include the mean depth over the ocean'sarea.

# How many gallons of water is in the Atlantic Ocean?

There is (not approx) 17,543,940,979,332,434 gallons of water within the Atlantic Ocean region. Seventeen Quadrillion Gallons! The Pacific Ocean would be around the 35,000,000,000,000,000 mark.

# A drop in the ocean?

A Drop In The Ocean Limited is the business or management consultancy business based in Holmer Green Also is the name of a song by Ron Pope.

# How many drops of water can fit on a penny?

The amount of drops I have tried and got to were 300 drops. From another Answers community member: There are a lot of factors involved. The cohesion and adhesion('stickiness') of water molecules can be effected by things likeoils (on surface pennies from peoples' skin) and other contaminateson th…e penny. The size of the dropper or pipette will determine the size of eachwater droplet - the larger the drop, the fewer number of drops willfit on the penny. The manner in which the water is added to the penny is also afactor. Water has a cohesive nature (the molecules are kind of likemagnets and are attracted to one another). Therefore, if the dropfrom the pipette is allowed to touch the water already on thesurface of the penny, the water can be 'pulled' out of the dropper.When this happens, the size (volume) of the drop is not always thesame - it could be a very small amount (which will result in a verylarge number of drops), or a large amount. Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include thefollowing: - distilled water - same type/size of calibrated dropper/pipette - same date of penny - penny cleaned as thoroughly as possible using same cleaningprocedure - same 'dropping' procedure (MORE)

# How many gallons of water in the Indian ocean?

There are billions of gallons of water within the Indian Ocean.This ocean covers an area of 47,900,00 square miles.

# How many drops of water are in all the oceans of earth. ocean covers 23 of earths surface and average of 4000 meters deep?

A volume of water in Earth's oceans is, according to Wikipedia, 1 320 000 000 kmÃ‚Â³. You could calculate how many drops is that if you could provide any definition of 'drop' unit. Also, oceans do cover 77% of Earth's surface and the 23% is land.

# How many cubic meters of water in the ocean?

The world's oceans combined comprise 1.37 billion cubic kilometersof water. The equates to 1.37e+18 cubic meters of water.

# How many drops of water can a penny hold?

It all depends on if you drop the water fast or if you drop it slow. Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled waterThere are a lot of factors involved. The cohesion and adhesion ('stickiness') of water molecules can be effected by things like oils (on s…urface pennies from peoples' skin) and other contaminates on the penny. The size of the dropper or pipette will determine the size of each water droplet - the larger the drop, the fewer number of drops will fit on the penny. The manner in which the water is added to the penny is also a factor. Water has a cohesive nature (the molecules are kind of like magnets and are attracted to one another). Therefore, if the drop from the pipette is allowed to touch the water already on the surface of the penny, the water can be 'pulled' out of the dropper. When this happens, the size (volume) of the drop is not always the same - it could be a very small amount (which will result in a very large number of drops), or a large amount. Soap causes the cohesiveness ('stickiness') of the water molecules to decrease so they are not as strongly attracted to each other. Because of this, when soap is added to the water the number of drops that can be placed on the penny will decrease. The water molecules can't 'stick' together as well, so the water on top of the penny spills off sooner than it would with non-soapy water. Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled water (to start with) - same type/size of calibrated dropper/pipette - same date of penny - penny cleaned as thoroughly as possible using same cleaning procedure - same 'dropping' procedure (MORE)

# How many water molecules are in one drop of water?

One drop of water has the volume of about 0.05 mL. Because the density of water is 1, the mass is 0.05 g. The molar mass of water (H 2 O) is 18.0 grams/mol (1.008 + 1.008 + 16.0). This means there is one mole of water in 18.0 grams. One mole is 6.02 ÃƒÂ— 10 23 molecules. Then you can convert g…rams to number of atoms: 0.05 grams ÃƒÂ· 18.0 grams ÃƒÂ— (6.02 ÃƒÂ— 10 23 molecules) = 1.67 ÃƒÂ— 10 21 molecules (MORE)

# How many drops of water in a pint?

In the world of science, there are 20 drops of water in a milliliter. If you consider a drop to be what comes out of, say, a pipette, the size of that drop may vary. So does the definition of a drop: see the discussion at link below. The most common usage for a "drop" would be the metric drop, which… is .05 ml. The older English usage of minim is slightly larger than the metric drop, but that usage is archaic. A liter does equal ~2.11 pints, so there are 1000/2.1133764 ml in a pint, which = 473.17 ml per pint. At 20 drops per ml, that means that there are 9463.5 drops in a pint. (MORE)

# How many drops of water in a puddle?

That depends on how big the puddle is, and what size drops you measure with.

# Who many drop of water are there in one gallon of water?

60620 drops of water.
since.
10 oz glass resist 4736 drops.
1 gallon resist 12.8 galon of 10 oz glasses of water.
so no of drops of water in a gallon = 4736* 12.8.
= 60620.8 drops

# How many drops of water in Lake Ontario?

It has the same number as you would have countd the stars in the universe.

# How many microscopic animals are in a drop of water?

let me guess, since no one answered. A million. I wouldn't call them animals though;)

# How many molecules are there in a drop of water?

The reactants of water H (2) + O (2) exist as diatomic molecules only. Therefore, 1 mol of Hydrogen + 1 mol of Oxygen will give 2H(2)O (or 2 mols of Water). Water always exists as a diatomic molecule as well, and this is why it will always have 2 molecules as the most basic possible ratio.

# How many drops of water make a teaspoon?

well, depends on how big the drops are. what you just asked is the equivelent of asking how many rocks fit in a F150 pickup truck bed. There is no standard-sized "drop". 1 medicine dropper drop might be 30 mg (with water, thicker liquid= bigger drop) but when it's from a pipette or spigot it might b…e 20 or 50mg. If you're using a medicine dropper I recommend you actually count out how many it takes to fill a teaspoon. Unless you're in a chem lab making explosives or in a kitchen measuring super-potent sweeteners (eg: 25% sucralose solution) +/- a few drops won't matter much. (MORE)

# How many drops of water are there in a bucket?

I gram of water contains about 6.022 x 10 23 molecules but bucket is 102204 x 10 23

# How many drops of water are in Lake Erie?

for all you issaquah kids doing this last minute, eight triliion seven hundred sixty two billion, three hundred forty two million, nine hundred seventy three. 8,762,342, 973 hope this helps you on your chemistry homework (:

# How many water drops fit on a penny?

Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled waterThere are a lot of factors involved. The cohesion and adhesion ('stickiness') of water molecules can be effected by things like oils (on surface pennies from peoples' skin) and other contaminates on the penny. … The size of the dropper or pipette will determine the size of each water droplet - the larger the drop, the fewer number of drops will fit on the penny. The manner in which the water is added to the penny is also a factor. Water has a cohesive nature (the molecules are kind of like magnets and are attracted to one another). Therefore, if the drop from the pipette is allowed to touch the water already on the surface of the penny, the water can be 'pulled' out of the dropper. When this happens, the size (volume) of the drop is not always the same - it could be a very small amount (which will result in a very large number of drops), or a large amount. Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled water - same type/size of calibrated dropper/pipette - same date of penny - penny cleaned as thoroughly as possible using same cleaning procedure - same 'dropping' procedure (MORE)

# How many drops of water in a raindrop?

One raindrop = one drop of water (but it can actually be more or less depending upon the size of the raindrop).

# How many gallons in a drop of water?

I take it you mean "how many drops of water in a gallon"?:)) .
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Then define the volume of a "drop"! :-)

# How many drops of water are in the Arctic Ocean?

You seriously expect someone to sit down and count them? Go ahead. I dare you.

# How many organisms in drop of pond water?

At the least, one thousand (1,000) it is usually more, though. Depends on the water.

# How many drops of water are there in one drop of water?

1 but it depends on the size if it's 2x Niger than 1, it's 2 drops like I said, depends on the size :)

# How many litters of water does the Atlantic ocean have?

The volume of the Atlantic is: 354,700,000 cubic kilometers with its adjacent seas 323,600,000 cubic kilometres without them. 1 cu km = 1,000,000,000 cu m 1 cu m = 1,000 litres So, the volume of Atlantic Ocean is: 354,700,000,000,000,000,000 litres with its adjacent seas 323,600,000,…000,000,000,000 litres without them. (MORE)

# What is the number of drops of water in the ocean?

First we need to define the size of a drop then the number can be estimated. But it's almost impossible to know.

# How many elements in a single water drop?

Each pure water drop is composed of only two elements: hydrogenand oxygen. Most drinking water is composed of other compounds orelements to make it cleaner and safer to drink.

# Is there many minerals in a drop of sea water?

Think of a solvent that quite a lot of minerals are soluble in (water), then think of millions/billions of years of billions of tonnes of water on earth sloshing around, ripping apart rocks, surfaces, riverbeds etc etc etc, many more examples are available, take your pick. The point is, the ocean wa…ter isn't just 'salty' it's pretty much everymineralty, ie I would suspect that even though it wound be a low quantity, that even in just a single drop of sea water you could find many a mineral. Also, something interesting that helps my case, even though gold isn't exactly a mineral on its own, there is a very small concentration of gold in sea water, a scientist tried to exploit this phenomena to make a fortune about just over 100 years ago BUT the concentration is so small that the extraction becomes much more expensive than your gold yield and the whole thing becomes impractical and very very difficult; Sorry about the long answer but I would have to say YES. Cheers and hope you found my answer helpful. (MORE)

# How many moles are in one drop of water?

V = 0.07 cm 3 c = 55.5 mol l -1 n=? n= cv n = 55.5*0.07 n= 3.885 moles

# How many drops of water can fit into a penny?

Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled waterThere are a lot of factors involved. The cohesion and adhesion ('stickiness') of water molecules can be effected by things like oils (on surface pennies from peoples' skin) and other contaminates on the penny. … The size of the dropper or pipette will determine the size of each water droplet - the larger the drop, the fewer number of drops will fit on the penny. The manner in which the water is added to the penny is also a factor. Water has a cohesive nature (the molecules are kind of like magnets and are attracted to one another). Therefore, if the drop from the pipette is allowed to touch the water already on the surface of the penny, the water can be 'pulled' out of the dropper. When this happens, the size (volume) of the drop is not always the same - it could be a very small amount (which will result in a very large number of drops), or a large amount. Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled water - same type/size of calibrated dropper/pipette - same date of penny - penny cleaned as thoroughly as possible using same cleaning procedure - same 'dropping' procedure (MORE)

# How many water drops can you fits on a penny?

The number may vary, but when i did an experiment, the average was around 30 (using an eyedropper). Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled waterThere are a lot of factors involved. The cohesion and adhesion ('stickiness') of water molecules can be eff…ected by things like oils (on surface pennies from peoples' skin) and other contaminates on the penny. The size of the dropper or pipette will determine the size of each water droplet - the larger the drop, the fewer number of drops will fit on the penny. The manner in which the water is added to the penny is also a factor. Water has a cohesive nature (the molecules are kind of like magnets and are attracted to one another). Therefore, if the drop from the pipette is allowed to touch the water already on the surface of the penny, the water can be 'pulled' out of the dropper. When this happens, the size (volume) of the drop is not always the same - it could be a very small amount (which will result in a very large number of drops), or a large amount. Soap causes the cohesiveness ('stickiness') of the water molecules to decrease so they are not as strongly attracted to each other. Because of this, when soap is added to the water the number of drops that can be placed on the penny will decrease. The water molecules can't 'stick' together as well, so the water on top of the penny spills off sooner than it would with non-soapy water. Ideally, everyone performing the experiment would include the following: - distilled water (to start with) - same type/size of calibrated dropper/pipette - same date of penny - penny cleaned as thoroughly as possible using same cleaning procedure - same 'dropping' procedure (MORE)

# How many particles in one drop of water?

Assuming that by one drop, you mean one millilitre, the process becomes quite simple: .
There is one gram in one millilitre (or 1cm 3 ) of water. .
The M r of water is 18 ( M r is the 'relative molecular mass') .
Therefore, there are 1/18 moles of water in one drop. .
One mole is about 6.023… * 10 23 , and one eighteenth of that works out at around 3.346 * 10 22 molecules This is an approximate answer, and the more decimal places of the measurement you start with, the more accurate the answer will be. My answer is accurate to 3d.p. (unless I am mistaken), but there are more decimal places in the actual measurement of the mole. If you're wondering what I just did, it's time for a little chemistry. The first step can be worked out from the simple conversion of 1m 3 of water to 1 tonne. By simplifying this, we get 1dm 3 of water is 1kg, and finally 1cm 3 of water is 1g. The second step is a little more complicated. The M r is the formula mass, which is the relative mass of each of the components of water (2H+1O), which is essentially the bigger of the two numbers next to each element in the periodic table. The number of moles is equal to the given mass (1g) divided by the M r , which gives 1/18. The number of molecules in one mole can be taken from a number of sources, but most take it to be 6.023 * 10 23 molecules. (MORE)

# How many drop of water go around the water cycle?

There are exactly the same amount of water droplets on planet earth as there was when the dinosaurs roamed the planet. The hydrological perpetuation of the water cycle has just as many droplets as it did when the earth was formed by God. In theory, no water has ever escaped the confines of the plane…t except for the jettison of water in to outer space by the astronauts by accident or by design. Water evaporates, condenses as it cools and returns to the earth via the hydro cycle. hope this gives you the answer you were looking for (MORE)

# Who said the proverb Little drop of water makes the mighty ocean?

The rhyme is Little drops of water Little grains of sand Make the mighty ocean And the pleasant land. . Ebenezer Brewer (1810 - 1897)

# What is the meaning of the proverb little drops of water make a mighty ocean?

it means that by starting something small you can go to great extents. without those little drops of water how can an ocean exist? all those tiny drops collected together made the ocean

# How many drop of water exist in a millilitre?

it is very hard to quantify. Depending on what instrument you use, a drop can be very small or large

# How many planets have oceans that have water?

Eath is the only one known, and most likely the only one, at least in our own solar system

# How long can a drop of water spend in the ocean?

a drop of water may spend over 3,000 years in the ocean beforemoving on to another part of the water cycle

# How many drops in 343423668428484681262 gallons of water?

An US gallon has 3,485411784 L; multiply with your value to obtainthe total volume. Aassuming that a drop has 0,000 060 L divide the total volume withthe volume of a drop and you will obtain the answer.

# How many drops of water per liter?

"Drops" come in many different sizes (the biggest raindrops have as much water as a thousand of the smallest raindrops and the smallest raindrops are a million times as massive as the typical cloud or fog droplet). However, some old cookbooks reckon that there are 72 drops to a teaspoon and there a…re roughly 200 teaspoons to the liter, so 14,400 drops per liter is a pretty close answer. You could call it 15,000 and not be far wrong. (MORE)

# Why do you hate when you used to expressing volume of a drop of ocean water?

I do not hate the use of water t express the volume of ocean waterdropping. This is called virtual water.