Problem: Avogadro's number equals the number ofa) atoms in one mole of atoms.b) molecules in one mole of O2.c) marbles in one mole of marbles.d) all of the above.

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Avogadro's number equals the number of

a) atoms in one mole of atoms.

b) molecules in one mole of O2.

c) marbles in one mole of marbles.

d) all of the above.

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