How many nitrogen molecules are in 2.4 moles of #N_2#?

1 Answer
Jun 14, 2016

Answer:

#1.44*10^24#molecules#N_2#

Explanation:

Using Avogadro's constant of 1 mole is equal to #6.02810^23#molecules, we can convert moles to molecules.

#2.4 mol N_2 * (6.02810^23 mlcsN_2)/(1 mol N_2)#

#2.4 cancel(mol N_2) * (6.02810^23 mlcsN_2)/(1 cancel(mol N_2))#

#1.44*10^24#molecules#N_2#

This would means that there would be

#2.88*10^24#atoms#N_2#

as there are two atoms of Nitrogen in each of the molecules.