Is CF4 (Carbon tetrafluoride ) Ionic or Covalent/Molecular?
Is CF4 (Carbon tetrafluoride ) Ionic or Covalent/Molecular?

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‘Consider a sample of carbon tetrafluoride that contains 2.13 * 1024 atoms of fluorine.
Using the formula CF4 and that you have 3.54 moles of F, determine What quantity in moles of carbon tetrafluoride are present:’

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For this question, we know we have compound CF four carbon tetrachloride. If we are given 3.54 moles of f specifically, Right? That is just the flooring. And we have to consider how the number of flooring atoms in the compound relates to the compound itself. Based on the chemical formula, We see that there are four floor een atoms in each molecule. Right? So since we are starting with moles, um or I should say sorry for flooring moles per one mole of a compound, right, You could also do this in terms of atoms and converted to moles. But since we’re provided with moles,…

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