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FROM WHERE I CAN DOWNLOAD SOLUTIONS OF RC MUKHERJEE"S BOOK " MODERN APPROACH TO CHEMICAL CALCULATIONS " ?

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sir i want the solutions of modern approach to chemecal calculations by r.c mukharjee how can i get it 

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find the numbre of atoms in 48g of ozone at ntp
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find the number of atoms in 48g of ozone at NTP
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16 gms 1mole of o
48 moles 3 moles
3x6.022x10to the power 23 =1.8066x10to the power 24
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