A 36.6-mol sample of Co represents how many atoms?

A 36.6-mol sample of Co represents how many atoms?

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  1. Answer:

    2.20 x 10²⁵ atoms

    Explanation:

    Atoms of CO= 36.6-mol sample

    From Avogadro’s constant, which is

    (6.022 × 10^ 23 atoms per mole)

    Then

    Number of atoms=[ 6.022 × 10^ 23 atoms/mole] × [36.6-mol]

    = 2.20 x 10²⁵ atoms

    Hence, number of atom is 2.20 x 10²⁵ atoms

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