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FIND NO OF ELECTRONS IN IMOLE OF CH4

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    1 mol CH4 gives you 1 mol C + 4 mol H; that's 6.023E23 atoms of C + 4*6.02E23 atoms H.
    Electrons in C atoms = 6.02E23*6e each = ?
    Electrons in H atoms 6.02E23*4atoms x 1e/atom = ?
    Add electrons in C and H together.

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