How many atom in 5g of nitrogrn
Question asked by: abhay 123
Asked on: 11 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
Date of comment: Mon, Jan 31st 2011
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.
Date of comment: Thu, Aug 26th 2010
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