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Unformatted text preview: convert the number of moles of Si to atoms of Si by using Avogadros number, which states that there are 6 x 10 23 atoms in one mole. Finally we must consult the periodic table again to find the atomic number of Si (14) in order to convert the atoms to protonsthe atomic number is the number of protons in each atom. 14 g Si | 1 mol Si | 6 x 10 23 atoms of Si | 14 protons = 42 x 10 23 protons = 4.2 x 10 24 protons | 28 g Si | 1 mol Si | 1 atom Si...
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- Fall '07