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TIFFANY

DingoezAteMyBaby@aol.com

hey, iam doing this thing for school and it is asking me.....

THE FORMULA FOR 1 MOLECULE OF NITRIC ACID IS: HNO3

HOW MANY TOTAL ATOMS ARE THERE IN 1 MOLECULE OF NITRIC ACID?
HOW MANY TOTAL ATOMS ARE THERE IN 5 MOLECULES OF NITRIC ACID......

PLEASE HELP ME THIS IS DUE 2MORROW... THANKS

KryssTal Reply: Hello Tiffany,

Each letter in HNO3 stands for an atom. The number 1 does not appear. So H is one atom of Hydrogen, N is one atom of Nitrogen, O3 is three atoms of Oxygen. That makes 5 atoms in one molecule. 5 molecules contain 5 x 5 atoms (25).

Hope that helps.

PS "Dingos Ate My Baby - isn't that the name of Oz's band in Buffy?

thanks alot krystal!!

yes it is oz's band in Buffy, thats why i picked it, iam a huge fan....... wow nobody knew that but you.... thats kool. well thanks alot for your help. i understand it now.,.. bio is so confusing!


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