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what is a one

mole of electrons

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This is a wierd question:

How many moles of electrons are in one mole of OH- ions?

Does it basically mean how many electrons are in an 0H- ion?

Well then my answer would be:

8 (electrons in oxygen) + 1(electron in hydrogen) + 1 ( electron because of the negative sign)

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How many moles of electrons are in one mole of OH- ions?

Does it basically mean how many electrons are in an 0H- ion?

Well then my answer would be:

8 (electrons in oxygen) + 1(electron in hydrogen) + 1 ( electron because of the negative sign)

is that the right way to go about it?

hope it help u

plz mark as brainlist

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One faraday of charge is the magnitude of the charge of one mole of electrons, i.e.96485.33289(59) C.

Expressed in faradays, the Faraday constant F equals "1 faraday of charge per mole.

Expressed in faradays, the Faraday constant F equals "1 faraday of charge per mole.

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