Problem: How many H atoms are in 3.4 g of C12H22O11?(A) 6.0×1023(B) 1.3×1023(C) 3.8×1022(D) 6.0×102

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We’re being asked to calculate the number of H atoms in 3.4 g of C12H22O11.


We can calculate the number of H atoms using the following steps:

mass C12H22O11 (molar mass) → moles C12H22O11 (mole-to-mole comparison) → moles H (Avogadro’s number) → atoms H

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How many H atoms are in 3.4 g of C12H22O11?

(A) 6.0×1023

(B) 1.3×1023

(C) 3.8×1022

(D) 6.0×102

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