Answer on Inorganic Chemistry Question for lilbitlr ramsey
How much will Avagadro's number of chlorine atoms weigh
Divide the number of atoms(6.022*1023) by avogadros number (6.022*1023), the resulting number(1) is the number of moles you have. Multiply the number of moles of atoms(1) by the molar mass of chlorine(35.5) and the answer is how many grams(35.5g) of the substance you have. n(Cl)=6.022*1023/6.022*1023=1 mol m(Cl)=n(Cl)*M(Cl)=1mol*35.5g/mol=35.5g
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