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Dear sir, I was facing problems in this question. Calculate the total number of oxygen atoms present in 1.80g of glucose c6h12o6. Sir you just answered my question and it was 6.022*10^22 But I was just curious to know how we would solve the question if the question asked us to find the no of oxygen molecules. Will it be 6.023*10^21*3 ? Thanks a lot!

Dear sir,
I was facing problems in this question.
Calculate the total number of oxygen atoms present in 1.80g of glucose c6h12o6.
Sir you just answered my question and it was 6.022*10^22
But I was just curious to know how we would solve the question if the question asked us to find the no of oxygen molecules.
Will it be 6.023*10^21*3 ?
Thanks a lot!

Grade:12

1 Answers

bharat bajaj IIT Delhi
askIITians Faculty 122 Points
7 years ago
Hello Jai,I understand your doubt.The question would never ask you about the no. of oxygen molecules because it is wrong to say it.A molecule is as a whole which is of glucose. 1 molecule of glucose has 6 atoms of oxygen. We cant say 3 molecules of oxygen..Hope you understand.Thanks
Bharat BajajIIT Delhi
askiitians faculty

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