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how many megacoulombs of +ve charge are present in 2 moles of neutral hydrogen gas

how many megacoulombs of +ve charge are present in 2 moles of neutral hydrogen gas

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noneool
24 Points
6 years ago
In 2 moles of nuetral hydrogen there are 12.046 * 10^23 atoms and hence that many number of protons.
1 proton has a positive charge of 1.6 * 10^-19 Columbs . Hence by multiplying both we get 19.27 * 10^4
Columbs or 1.97 Mega Columbs.1 Mega columb = 10^5 columbs.

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