How many moles are in #1.56 x 10^23# atoms of silver (Ag)?

1 Answer
Apr 8, 2017

Answer:

0.259 mol

Explanation:

All elements, regardless of what element they are, always have
6.02 x #10^23# number of atoms in one mole.

Hence,

6.02 x #10^23# ---> 1 mol

1.56 x #10^23# ---> #(1.56 * 10^23)/(6.02*10^23) *1# = 0.259 mol (3 significant figures)