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Constants One mole of atoms consists of 6.02 x 1023 individual atoms. Part A If 3.00 moles of atoms were spread uniformly over t

Constants
One mole of atoms consists of 6.02 x 1023
individual atoms.
Part A
If 3.00 moles of atoms were spread uniformly
over the Earth's surface, how many atoms
would there be per square meter? The radius
of Earth is 6.38 x 103 km.
Express your answer using three significant
figures.

Constants One mole of atoms consists of 6.02 x 1023 individual atoms. Part A If 3.00 moles of atoms were spread uniformly over the Earth's surface, how many atoms would there be per square meter? The radius of Earth is 6.38 x 103 km. Express your answer using three significant figures.

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3 x 6.02x10
23
- 3 moles
contains
atoms.
23
Totul altoms- 3x6.02 x 10
= 18.06 8 10 2
24 atoms.
N=1.806 x 10
Sudface area of earth sulfuce.
A = 40A?
417 x
(R
=un (6.38*106)2
2
= 4T (5.36*10*x 102)? 1: R= 636 x 103 km)
12
A =
= 511.5066x10
2
m
14
A - 5.11 X10
m
2
No. of alors Pes samase metes =
N
.
24
1.806 X 10
5.118 lo
14
10
= 0.3534 x 10
9
= 3.534 X 10 atoms
answes upto 3 significant
3.53x109
squase metes,
→
digits.

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