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Answer to Question #24937 in Inorganic Chemistry for Stephanie

Question #24937
how many atoms are in 4.2 moles of Rb?
Expert's answer
One mole always consists6.02*10^23 atoms.

So 4.2 moles *6.02*10^23 atoms = 25.284*10^23 atoms
or 2.53*10^24 atoms

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