Problem: How many atoms of carbon are there in 0.80 moles of C 6H4Cl2? a. 3.9 x 1024 b. 3.6 x 1024 c. 2.9 x 1024 d. 6.0 x 1023 e. 4.8 x 1023

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How many atoms of carbon are there in 0.80 moles of C 6H4Cl2?

a. 3.9 x 1024

b. 3.6 x 1024

c. 2.9 x 1024

d. 6.0 x 1023

e. 4.8 x 1023

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