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How many atoms can be found in 6.13 mol of silver? Can you explain how you get the answer? And how Avogardro's number relates to it all?

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Avogadro's number is a fixed number of molecules or atoms. Think of it like a fixed number of balls. Ten tennis balls weight one amount, ten bowling balls weigh more, but you still have ten of each. Avogadro's number of atoms has a mass in grams equal to the atomic weight of the atoms. So A.N. of hydrogen atoms weighs one gram. A.N. of oxygen atoms weighs 16 grams. If you combine H and O to get H2O A.N. of these atoms weighs 18 grams (16 grams of O, and 2 grams of H). One A.N. of atoms is one Mole, so 6.13 moles of anything will have 6.13 x A.N molecules or atoms.

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