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Problem 103 Easy Difficulty

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a) Avogadr $o^{\prime}$ s number change a little bit from the new definition to become bigger
b) Yes
c) Yes
d) Before 1961, the number would be different

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{'transcript': "to solve this question. Let's set up an equation. We're told that the atomic mass of oxygen on today scale is 15.99 94 atomic mass units. And we're gonna solve for the atomic massive Carbon, which is gonna be your ex, were told that oxygen will set an equivalent ratio here is going to be 16 a. M. You, which means carbon would be exactly 12 a.m. You so solving for X gives us a, uh massive carbon prior to 1961 equal to 11.999"}

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Carleton College

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University of Maryland - University College

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