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Oct 11, 2017

Answer:

#2.107times10^24# carbon atoms

Explanation:

In 1 mole of Carbon (or any substance), there are #color(red)(6.02times 10^23# particles in it. That's the #color(red)("Avogadro's Number"# (#N_A#).

Like, in 1 dozen eggs, there are 12 eggs ,
in 1 mole of a particle, there are #color(red)(6.02times 10^23# particles.

1 dozen eggs or 12 eggs:

http://all-free-download.com/free-vector/vector-egg-carton.html

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1 mole atoms or #6.02times10^23# atoms:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionic_compound

So, in #color(blue)(3.5# moles of Carbon atoms, there are #color(red)(6.02times10^23)timescolor(blue)(3.5# atoms.

#=2.107times10^24# atoms of carbon.