How many grams are there in 2.3x10?24 atoms of sliver

The atomic mass of silver is 107.8682 which means that 1 mole of silver is equal to 107.8682 grams if it is pure. 1 mole of any element, in this case silver, is 6.022 X 1023 atoms of silver.

However, 1024 atoms is more than a mole. (2.3 X 1024) divided by 6.022 X 1023 is equal to 3.819 moles. Multiplying this number by 107.8682 grams/mole gives the result of 411.984 grams.

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Tuesday, October 04 2016


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