Problem: Which contains the largest number of carbon atoms? A. 0.10 mol of carbon atoms B. 1.2 g carbon C. 0.10 mol of CH4 D. 1.6 g of CH4 E. All are the same

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Which contains the largest number of carbon atoms?

A. 0.10 mol of carbon atoms

B. 1.2 g carbon

C. 0.10 mol of CH4

D. 1.6 g of CH4

E. All are the same

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