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How many atoms of Sulfur are present in 32.0 moles of Sulfur?

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How many atoms of Sulfur are present in 32.0 moles of Sulfur?

Mole

Mole is defined as the SI unit of amount of substance and there is {eq}6.022 \times 10^23 {/eq} particles in 1 mole of the quantity. A mole is basically a number that is equal to Avogadro's number.

Answer and Explanation:

In one mole of Sulfur, there are {eq}6.022 \times 10^23 {/eq} Sulfur atoms,

So, in 32.0 moles of the Sulfur, there will be {eq}32 \times 6.022 \times 10^{23} \\ = 1.927 \times 10^{25} {/eq} Sulfur atoms.


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