Problem: Determine the number of atoms in 1.80 mL of mercury. (The density of mercury is 135 g/mL.) (i) 246 x 1027 atoms (ii) 4.07 x 1020 atoms (iii) 7.29 x 1022 atoms (iv) 1.40 x 1025 atoms

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Determine the number of atoms in 1.80 mL of mercury. (The density of mercury is 135 g/mL.) 

(i) 246 x 1027 atoms 

(ii) 4.07 x 1020 atoms 

(iii) 7.29 x 1022 atoms 

(iv) 1.40 x 1025 atoms

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