Problem: A sample of glucose C6H12O6 contain 2.0 X 1022 atoms of carbona) How many atoms of hydrogen does the sample contain?b) How many molecules of glucose are present during the within the sample ?c) How many moles of glucose does this sample represent ?d) what is the mass of the sample in grams ?

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Use mole concept to determine the atoms, molecules, moles and mass

MM of glucose is 180.16 g/mol

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A sample of glucose C6H12O6 contain 2.0 X 1022 atoms of carbon

a) How many atoms of hydrogen does the sample contain?

b) How many molecules of glucose are present during the within the sample ?

c) How many moles of glucose does this sample represent ?

d) what is the mass of the sample in grams ?

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