Problem: The allowable concentration level of vinyl chloride, C2H3Cl, in the atmosphere in a chemical plant is 2.2×10−6 g/L .How many molecules per liter?

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For vinyl chloride, C2H3Cl

[C2H3Cl] = 2.2×10−6 g/L
molar mass C2H3Cl = 62.498 g/mol

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The allowable concentration level of vinyl chloride, C2H3Cl, in the atmosphere in a chemical plant is 2.2×10−6 g/L .

How many molecules per liter?

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