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# A pure silver sphere has a radius of 0.886 cm. How many silver atoms does it contain? ISBN: 9780321910295 34

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Problem 104P

A pure silver sphere has a radius of 0.886 cm. How many silver atoms does it contain? (volume of a sphere = 𝜋r3; density of silver = 10.5 g/cm3)

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Step 1:

Given :

Radius of pure silver sphere = 0.886 cm

Density of silver = 10.5 g/cm3

volume of a sphere =  Number of silver atoms, the sphere contains = ?

First, let’s find the volume of the sphere :

=  =    (0.886 cm)3

= 2.914 cm3.

We have the density and volume, let’s calculate the mass of the silver using the density formula : =  m = V m = 30.59 g

Therefore the mass of the silver in the sphere is 30.59 g.

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