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anonymous

  • one year ago

Which of these substances contains the most total atoms per molecule? Na2PFO3 H2SO4 Ni(NO3)2 NbCl5

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    hint: 1) in Na2PFO3 molecule, there are: 3 atoms of oxygen, 1 atom of fluorine, 1 atom of phosphorus, and 2 atoms of sodium, in total 7 atoms 2) In H2SO4 molecule, there are 4 atoms of oxygen, 1 atom of sulfur, and 2 atoms of hydrogen, so 7 atoms in total 3) in Ni(NO3)2 molecule, there are 6 atoms of oxygen, 2 atoms of nitrogen, and 1 atom of nickel, so 9 atoms in total 4) in NbCl5 molecule, there are 5 atoms of chlorine and 1 atom of niobium, so 6 atoms in total

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    the answer is third one

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