How many #C# atoms are there in 0.502 mole of #C#?

1 Answer
Nov 9, 2015

Answer:

#3.0231147xx10^24#

Explanation:

The number of atoms in a single mole of any substance is defined by Avogadro's Number, a constant which is equal to #6.0221409xx 10^23#, so there are approximately #6.0221409xx 10^23# atoms in a single mole of a substance.

To find the number of atoms in a given amount of substance, simply multiply the amount in moles of the substance by Avogadro's Number:

Number of #C# atoms #= 5.02 xx 6.0221409xx 10^23 = 3.0231147xx10^24#