Question #f8b95

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Feb 17, 2017

Answer:

#4.215 * 10^25# atoms in 10 moles of Sulphuric acid

Explanation:

The number of molecules in 1 mole of any substance is given by Avogadro's constant, which is #6.023 * 10^23#. With this, we can work out that 10 moles of any substance contains #6.023 * 10^24# molecules.

However, the number of atoms in a molecule of sulphuric acid is 7 - #H_2SO_4#. So we need to multiply the number of molecules of 10 moles of sulphuric acid by 7 to find out the number of atoms, which is #4.215 * 10^25# atoms.