The following figure represents a molecule of Saccharin, which is commonly used as an artificia sweetener. If 15 grams of a sachet of this is purchased, then н II н a) Calculate the number of moles of Saccharin purchased. b) Calculate the number of atoms of 'H' in it. c) Calculate the number of atoms of 'S' in it d) If this sachet is put in a tumbler of 1.2 liter capacity and water added up to the mark, then what will be the 'Molarity' of this solution?

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The following figure represents a molecule of Saccharin, which is commonly used as an artificia
sweetener. If 15 grams of a sachet of this is purchased, then
н
II
н
a) Calculate the number of moles of Saccharin purchased.
b) Calculate the number of atoms of 'H' in it.
c) Calculate the number of atoms of 'S' in it
d) If this sachet is put in a tumbler of 1.2 liter capacity and water added up to the mark, then
what will be the 'Molarity' of this solution?

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The following figure represents a molecule of Saccharin, which is commonly used as an artificia sweetener. If 15 grams of a sachet of this is purchased, then н II н a) Calculate the number of moles of Saccharin purchased. b) Calculate the number of atoms of 'H' in it. c) Calculate the number of atoms of 'S' in it d) If this sachet is put in a tumbler of 1.2 liter capacity and water added up to the mark, then what will be the 'Molarity' of this solution?

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