Problem: Determine the number of moles of hydrogen atoms in each of the following.8.90×10−2 mol C4H10

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We have to calculate the number of moles of hydrogen atoms in 8.90×10−2 mol C4H10.


To determine the number of moles of hydrogen atom, we have to look at the given chemical formula and determine how many hydrogen atoms are there in it.

C4H101 mol C4H10 contains 10 mol hydrogen atom

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Determine the number of moles of hydrogen atoms in each of the following.

8.90×10−2 mol C4H10

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