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# How many atom in 5g of nitrogrn

Find out how many atoms are in 1 gram of nitrogen, once you have that then simply multiply it by 5.

You can probably find this out from some sort of table that will exist somewhere of number of atoms of nitrogen in a given weight of it!

By: knowitall
Replied at: 15 Nov 2009

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First of all we should find how many mols in 5gs atomic mass of N is 14gmol-1 N mols = 5g/14gmol-1 6.022*10^23 of atoms in 1mol there for no of atoms=6.022*10^23 *5g/14gmol-1
By: randima

Date of comment: Mon, Jan 31st 2011

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The gm. at. wt. of nitrogen is 14g Hence, The no. of atoms present in 5g nitrogen is 6.023*10^23*(5/14)=2.151*10^23.
By: psahu63

Date of comment: Thu, Aug 26th 2010

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