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How many nitrogen atoms do I have in my body? Provide more than one way to calculate it. We should consider the cell types we have, etc.

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  1. Preetha
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    Rachel, I would start by looking up what percent of your body is protein. Assume 100 g, you can look up the fraction of a protein that is nitrogen, by mass. And then calculate the atoms from the mass.

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