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Finding the Number of Tobacco Mosaic Viruses

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A certain strain of tobacco mosaic virus has Mm = 4 *10^7 kg/k mol. How many molecules of the virus are present in 1 cm^3 of a solution that contain0.1mg of virus per cm^3

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The mass of a molecule = m_0 = Mm/NA

where NA = 6.02 *10^23 /mol = 6.02 * ...

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The number of molecules of a virus is found. The solution explains each step and provides all mathematical steps.

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