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Calculate the number of C atoms, H atoms, and O atoms, in 1.50 grams of glucose (C6H1206).

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    moles glucose = 1.5/molar mass glucose = ??.

    Then 1 mole glucose contains 6.022 x 10^23 molecules. Therefore, ?? moles will contain xx molecules glucose.

    Then each molecules contains 6 C, 6 O, and 12 H atoms.

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    If the molar mass and the moles of glucose is .000833. What do I do next? I don't have a scientific calculator with me now.

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