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happykiddo Group Title

How do I figure out the number of atoms in element, when I know the molar mass is 3.30 ???

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    whats the element ?

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    Krypton

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    so you have 3.3 moles of Krypton, and you want to find how many atoms are there, is tha t right ?

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    Yes

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    replace mole wid Avogadro number

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    Ok

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    1 mole = 6.022 × 10^23 items

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    just like, 1 dozen = 12 items

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    3.3 moles of Kr = 3.3 x 6.022 × 1023 atoms

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    Thanks, a bunch. :)

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    We're did you get1023

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    Please answer me , I need some clarification .

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    3.3 moles of Kr = \(3.3 \times 6.022 × 10^{23}\) atoms

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    its like that

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    \(1\ mole = 6.022 \times 10^{23} \) atoms

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    Oh oops ok thank you very much. :)

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    wlc :)

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    So the answer is 19x10 to 23 atom According to significant figures

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    you wanto show it in scientific notation ?

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    So the answer is 19 x 10 to 23 power According to significant figures

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    \(3.3 \times 6.022 × 10^{23}\) \(19.8726 \times 6.022 × 10^{23}\) \(1.98726 \times 6.022 × 10^{24}\)

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    thats scientific notation, we must change that 19.xxxx to 1.9xxxx

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    Oh yeah forget .....well really once again thank you.

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    yw

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