Problem: You must use Dimensional Analysis and answer the question.A gaseous sample of methane, CH4, has a density of 0.66 g/L. How many hydrogen atoms are in 2.41 L of the sample?

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You must use Dimensional Analysis and answer the question.

A gaseous sample of methane, CH4, has a density of 0.66 g/L. How many hydrogen atoms are in 2.41 L of the sample?



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