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A silver ring contains 0.0134 mmol Ag. How many silver atoms does it contain?

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  1. 1 mole of anything contains 6.022 x 10^23 atoms. So 0.0134 millimoles will contain ------ atoms?

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  2. 0.0134mol/1000=1.34×10^-5
    1.34×10^-5 (6.022×10^23)
    =8.07×10^18

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