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- Hey Trump I wanted to ask you this question: How many atoms are there in 1.3*10^22 molecules of NO2?
- ...compound and always do what the questions ask you to do. If you want to go from molar mass to moles, then you have to divide by the molar mass of the compound or element. If you want to go from moles to molar mass, then basically multiply the number of moles by the molar mass.
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- Well, isn't there more to it or is that?
- Well, there's to more to it for your question. For your question, we have to go more in-depth. So instead of worrying about everything about the holy mole sheet, we just have to focus on the particles part only because it's asking for the amount of atoms.
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- Oh Really?
- Yes, So for your question: How many atoms are there in 1.3 times 10^22 molecules of NO2, we just have to look at how many atoms there are for this equation. All we have to do for this equation is since there are 3 total atoms for this compound (Nitrogen 1 and Oxygen 2), we would have to multiply (1.3*10^22) by 3 in order to get 3.9*10^22. Dude, you got to remember that if you were asked a specific question about the number of oxygen atoms for this one, then you have to multiply the original given equation by 2, because there are 2 oxygen atoms. After this, you then get the number of oxygen atoms. And that's basically it.
- Well you have to look at your "holy mole sheet", which is just your mole conversion sheet. According to the conversion sheet, converting from moles to the volume, in liters, requires multiplying 22.4 to get your volume. From volume to moles, you simply divide by 22.4 to get the number of moles. If you are going from moles to particles, you have to multiply by 6.02*10^23 to get the number of atoms, which only refers to a single element. Molecules refer to the ... (continued on next one)
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- No Problem Dude, I gotchu.
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- Oh, Thank you for your time and thank you for giving me a complete and thorough explanation of this and answering my question. You really helped me for my test on Thursday and giving me some tips and tricks. I really appreciate it