Physics problem please help. (The avogadro number)?

The problem goes as follows.

During your lab, you rubbed the rubber rod with a fur and the rubber rod has acquired a total avogradro number of electrons; calculate the corresponding total charge acquired by the rubber rod.

Please help.

And the avogadro number seems to be 6.02x10^23

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    ( 6.02 10^23 electrons ) ( -1.602 10^-19 Coulombs/electron ) = -96400 Coulombs

    Note that this is also called -1.0 Faraday of charge.

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