Problem: Amavadin is a vanadium-containing compound found in three species of toxic mushrooms. The chemical formula for amavadin is VC12H16N2O10 and has molar mass 398.94 g•mol-1. If a mushroom contains 2.00 mg of amavadin, how many molecules are present? a. 1.20 x 1023 b. 4.80 x 1023 c. 3.02 x 1021 d. 3.02 x 1018  

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Amavadin is a vanadium-containing compound found in three species of toxic mushrooms. The chemical formula for amavadin is VC12H16N2O10 and has molar mass 398.94 g•mol-1. If a mushroom contains 2.00 mg of amavadin, how many molecules are present?

a. 1.20 x 1023

b. 4.80 x 1023

c. 3.02 x 1021

d. 3.02 x 1018

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