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how many molecules are in 23 moles of oxygen??

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    23 moles Oxygen × 6.02 × 1023 atoms = 1.3846 × 1025 atoms Oxygen 1 mole So there are 13846000000000000000000000 atoms in 23 moles of Oxygen

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    where did you got the 6.02 and 1023 out??

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    No of Molecules = no of moles * Na

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    Na = Avagadro number \[6.022 * 10^{23}\]

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    \[6.022*10^{23} * 23 =138.506 *10^{23}\]

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    ouu okk.. i got it know thankks!

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    Welcome....).....Dont Forget to Give medal by clicking best answer option

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