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Problem: The density of the sun is 1.41 g/cm3 and its volume is 1.41 x 1027 m3. How many hydrogen molecules are in the sun if we assume all the mass is hydrogen gas?a) 5.94 x 1056 H2 moleculesb) 8.13 x 1057 H2 moleculesc) 3.04 x 1058 H2 moleculesd) 7.46 x 1059 H2 molecules

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The density of the sun is 1.41 g/cm3 and its volume is 1.41 x 1027 m3. How many hydrogen molecules are in the sun if we assume all the mass is hydrogen gas?

a) 5.94 x 1056 H2 molecules

b) 8.13 x 1057 H2 molecules

c) 3.04 x 1058 H2 molecules

d) 7.46 x 1059 H2 molecules

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