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If the total mass of a vehicle is due to 56Fe, what mass of a 1.4 metric ton (tonne) automobile is due to the electrons?

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    calculate this:

    moles of 56Fe in 1.4metric ton

    Then the moles of electrons must be 56 times that.

    Then, calculate the mass of that number of electrons.

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