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In a nuclear decay reaction, what is the particle called that is given a 0 as its mass number, and a +1 as its atomic number?
Subject: Basic Chemistry
How many atoms are in 26 grams of carbon?
26 grams of carbon is equal to about 2.16 mols of carbon, and there are 6.022*10^23 atoms in one mol. Therefore, there are about 1.3*10^24 atoms in 26 grams of carbon
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