_{2}O.

H has an atomic mass of 1, so H

_{2 }= 2

O has atomic mass of 16

16+2=18, which is the relative atomic mass of 1 water molecule (relative to a carbon 12 atom).

We must also know the mass of water, lets say 50g.

We can find the number of moles of water using the equation:

Number of moles = mass/mass of 1 mole

number of moles = 50/18 = 2.77777777777moles

Each mole of any substance contains 6.022x10

^{23 }molecules. So if we multiply 2.77777 by this number (avogadro's constant) then we get the number of molecules, =1.6727777x10

^{2}

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Now, since there are 3 atoms present in each water (2 hydrogen, 1 oxygen), we can find the total number of atoms by multiplying this answer by 3, = 5.018333x10

^{24}

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If you mean the number of atoms in a single molecule, then you just need to know the molecular formula. I was assuming you meant for an amount of the molecule.