Problem: A normal breath takes in about 1.0 L of air. Assuming that air has an average molar mass of 28.8 g/mol, and that its density is 0.97 g/L, how many molecules of air do you take in with each breath?A. 1.7 x 1025B. 1.8 x 1025C. 2.0 x 1022D. 2.2 x 1022E. 5.8 x 1023

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A normal breath takes in about 1.0 L of air. Assuming that air has an average molar mass of 28.8 g/mol, and that its density is 0.97 g/L, how many molecules of air do you take in with each breath?

A. 1.7 x 1025

B. 1.8 x 1025

C. 2.0 x 1022

D. 2.2 x 1022

E. 5.8 x 1023

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