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Nikhil619 Group Title

An alloy has Fe, Co , Mo in a composition of 71%, 12%, 17% respectively. How many cobalt atoms are there in a cylinder of radius 2.5 cm and length 10 cm .The density of the alloy is 8.2 g/ml.[At.wt Co=59]

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  1. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    mass= density * volume density is given volume = pi r^2 h fine mass 12% of mass is the final answer use appropriate units.

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  2. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    find*

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  3. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    oh.. we should take v of cylinder as volume?

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  4. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    yep

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  5. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    and they've asked number of cobalt atoms..how is that 12% of mass?

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  6. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    ahh okay 12% of that = mass of cobalt atoms in 1 mole of cobalt = avagadros no. atoms in given mass = ?

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  7. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    12 % of that? what is that? no.of atoms? or no.of moles?

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  8. Peter14 Group Title
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    looks like 12% by mass

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  9. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    12% of that , that'll give mass of cobalt in the compound

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  10. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    what is 'that'?

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  11. Peter14 Group Title
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    "that" is the mass of the cylinder I think

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  12. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    that is mass of the compound in the given volume -_-

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  13. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    ok so mass of the alloy..right?

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  14. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    yo B|

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  15. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    look..im sorry if u feel im dumb..but hw am i supposed 2 find mass of alloy?

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  16. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    mass = density * volume -_-

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  17. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    Volume? again volume of cylinder?

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  18. Peter14 Group Title
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    volume =pi*radius^2*height

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  19. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    @ Peter14 I KNOW THAT...im askin if volume of alloy is same as volume of cylinder..

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  20. Peter14 Group Title
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    yes, because the alloy is in the shape of the cylinder

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  21. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    the allow is in in the cylinder, so there volumes must be equated

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  22. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    oh ok...k i got this..i have 2 more...can i post them now??

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  23. Peter14 Group Title
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    sure shub, you take one, i'll take the other

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  24. shubhamsrg Group Title
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    lol.. :D (Y)

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  25. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    dont worry i can only post one-by-one...

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  26. Peter14 Group Title
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    start separate threads

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  27. Nikhil619 Group Title
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    One-by-one is easier for me..one itself is hard to understand..2 means gone!

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  28. Peter14 Group Title
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    ok, that works

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