Problem: How many moles of N2O3 contain 2.55 × 1024 oxygen atoms? A) 7.87 moles N2O3  B) 1.41 moles N2O3  C) 4.23 moles N2O3  D) 12.7 moles N2O3  E) 2.82 moles N2O3 

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How many moles of N2O3 contain 2.55 × 1024 oxygen atoms?

A) 7.87 moles N2O3 

B) 1.41 moles N2O3 

C) 4.23 moles N2O3 

D) 12.7 moles N2O3 

E) 2.82 moles N2O3 

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