Problem: How many moles of PBr3 are contained in 3.68 × 1025 bromine atoms?A) 61.1 moles PBr3B) 20.4 moles PBr3C) 16.4 moles PBr3D) 183 moles PBr3E) 49.1 moles PBr3

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How many moles of PBr3 are contained in 3.68 × 1025 bromine atoms?

A) 61.1 moles PBr3
B) 20.4 moles PBr3
C) 16.4 moles PBr3
D) 183 moles PBr3
E) 49.1 moles PBr3

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