Problem: 1. How many ATOMS of nitrogen are present in 4.80 moles of nitrogen trifluoride?2. How many MOLES of fluorine are present in 9.96 x 1022 molecules of nitrogen trifluoride?

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1. How many ATOMS of nitrogen are present in 4.80 moles of nitrogen trifluoride?

2. How many MOLES of fluorine are present in 9.96 x 1022 molecules of nitrogen trifluoride?


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