How many atoms are in 10.30 moles of boron?

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Al E. Share
Feb 8, 2018

Unit conversion and stoichiometry are required to solve this.

Hence,

#10.3"mol" * (6.02*10^23"atoms")/"mol" approx 6.20*10^24"atoms"#

of boron are in that many moles.

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