# Given below

One mole: The amount of any substance containing 6.022 × 1023 particles is called one mole.

a. Given: Mass of water = 400g

Gram molecular mass (GMM) of H2O = 18g

Apply the formula:  Number of moles = 22.2

Thus, number of moles of the given sample is 22.2

b. Given: Mass of carbon = 400g

Gram molecular mass (GMM) of carbon = 12g

Apply the formula:  Number of moles = 33.3

Thus, number of moles of the given sample is 33.3

c. Given: Mass of helium = 400g

Gram molecular mass (GMM) of He = 4g

Apply the formula:  Number of moles = 100

Thus, number of moles of the given sample is 100

d. Given: Mass of hydrogen = 400g

Gram molecular mass (GMM) of H2 = 2g

Apply the formula:  Number of moles = 200

Thus, number of moles of the given sample is 200

e. Given: Mass of glucose = 400g

Gram molecular mass (GMM) of C6H12O6 = 180 g

Apply the formula:  Number of moles = 2.22

Thus, number of moles of the given sample is 2.22

ii) Arrangement of the samples in the increasing order of their number of moles is:

Glucose < Water <Carbon < Helium < Hydrogen

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