For this problem, we’re being asked to determine the number of carbon (N) atoms found in 92.6 mg of NH4NO2. The flow for this problem will be like this:
mg of NH4NO2(mg to g conversion) → g of NH4NO2(molar mass of NH4NO2) → Moles of NH4NO2(mole-to-mole comparison) → Moles of N (Avogadro’s number) → Atoms of N
Calculate the following quantity:
Number of N atoms in 92.6 mg of NH 4NO2
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