How many oxygen atoms are present in a #120*g# mass of #"nitric acid"#?
And thus, given a formula of
Depends on the concentration.....
If you are thinking of concentrated nitric acid, then it is typically 68%
Oxygen atoms are present in both components, so you'd need to work out the number of moles of both.......
If you take standard conc. nitric acid, then 120 g contains 81.6 g of
Each mole of
So you have (6.02 x