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How many mol of hydrogen present in 16g methane

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  1. well, how many moles of CH4 is 16g?

    clearly, 4 times that many atoms of H.

    But, hydrogen comes as H2, not just H, so divide that by 2.

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  2. Actually, the problem isn't stated properly. It should spell out if the answer needed is for mols H atoms or mols H2 molecules

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