Problem: Determine the number of moles of oxygen atoms in each sample:a. 4.88 mol H2O2b. 2.15 mol N2Oc. 0.0237 mol H2CO3d. 24.1 mol CO2

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Determine the number of moles of oxygen atoms in each sample:

a. 4.88 mol H2O2

b. 2.15 mol N2O

c. 0.0237 mol H2CO3

d. 24.1 mol CO2

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