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Suppose you have an Avogadro's number of nitrogen atoms. How many grams does this represent?
Question Date: 2018-03-19
Answer 1:

If you have an Avogadro's number of nitrogen atoms, then you would have a mole of nitrogen atoms. This is convenient, because the molar mass, or the weight of a mole, of a particular chemical compound can be found on the periodic table. The molecular weight of nitrogen (N), according to the periodic table, is 14.01 g/mol. I hope this helps!



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