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How Many Moles Of Carbon Atoms Are In 3.0 Moles Of C6H12O6 Molecules?

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When molecular mass of an atom is expressed in grams it is called one mole. According to the Avogadros number one mole of  a substance contain 6.022x 1023 molecules.

One mole of glucose= 6.022x 1023 molecules

three moles of glucose= 3*6.022x 1023 molecules

In a molecule of glucose there are 24 atoms. So atoms in one mole of glucose is;

One mole of glucose= 24*6.022x 1023 atoms

three moles of glucose= 3*24*6.022x 1023 atoms

Carbon atoms in three moles of glucose= 6*3* 6.022x 1023 atoms

moles of carbon atoms in three moles of glucose= 6*3* 1 mole

moles of carbon atoms in three moles of glucose= 18 moles

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