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Dimethylnitrosamine, (CH3)2N2O, is a carcinogenic (cancer-causing) substance that may be formed in foods, beverages, or gastric juices from the reaction of nitrite ion (used as a food preservative) with other substances.
d. How many atoms of hydrogen are in 1.0 mol dimethylnitrosamine?
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