the weight of one atom of uranium is 238 amu. its actual wt. is ......g

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  1. 1 mol U weighs 238g
    There are 6.02E23 atoms in 1 mol.
    1 atom x (238g/6.02E23 atoms) = ?g/a atom

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  2. 3.95*10

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    posted by value
  3. 3.94×10-22

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  4. 3.01×10-22

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    posted by Rishi
  5. 3.94*10-22

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    posted by ft6
  6. 3.94*10^-22

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