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how many moles of phosphorus are in a mixture containing 4.0x10^23molecules of PCL3

how many moles of phosphorus are in a mixture containing 4.0x1023 molecules of PCL3?

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David L. | Chemistry TutorChemistry Tutor
5.0 5.0 (23 lesson ratings) (23)
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4.0 x 1023 molecules of PCl3 x (1 mole PCl3 / 6.022 x 1023 molecules PCl3) x (1 mole P / 1 mole PCl3) = 0.66 moles P
 
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4.0 x 1023 molecules of PCl3 x (1 atom P / 1 molecules PCl3) x (6.022 x 1023 atoms P / 1 mole PCl3) = 0.66 moles P
Jordan T. | Ivy Exam and Debate Coach for Gifted StudentsIvy Exam and Debate Coach for Gifted Stu...
4.9 4.9 (14 lesson ratings) (14)
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1 mole = 6.02 x 10^23
 
4.0/6.02 = 0.665 moles