Problem: How many molecules (or formula units) are in each sample?a. 52.03 g CCl4b. 73.85 kg NaHCO3c. 123.22 g C4H10d. 3.15 × 104 g Na3PO4

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How many molecules (or formula units) are in each sample?

a. 52.03 g CCl4


b. 73.85 kg NaHCO3


c. 123.22 g C4H10


d. 3.15 × 104 g Na3PO4

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