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How many N atoms are in 2.05× 1022 N2O molecules?


Each molecule of N2O contains 2 atoms of nitrogen.
10 molecules of N2O contain 20 atoms of nitrogen.
100 molecules of N2O contain 200 atoms of nitrogen.
1000 molecules of N2O contain 2000 atoms of nitrogen.
2.05 × 1022 molecules of N2O contain how many atoms of nitrogen?

Author: Fred Senese senese@antoine.frostburg.edu



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