Molecular formula of ammonia is NH3 and water is H2O. There are 3 Hs in NH3 and 2 in H2O, therefore the total amount of Hs are:
A solution of ammonia and water contains 4.00 x 1025 water molecules and 8.60 x 1024 ammonia molecules How many total hydrogen atoms are in this solution?
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