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 How many carbon atoms are there in one deoxyribose molecule?

Answer According to the "New World Encyclopedia," deoxyribose is a pentose sugar; it is the major component in DNA. The chemical formula of the compound is C5H10O4. One molecule of deoxyribose contains fi... Read More »
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How many atoms are there in a DNA molecule?

DNA has 23 pairs of chromosomes, comprising about 6 billion neucleotides. The neucleotides are made up of guanine, adenine, cytosine and thymine. Each neucleotide has approximately 34 atoms. Theref... Read More »
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How many atoms are there in a sulphur molecule?

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How many total atoms are there in one water molecule?

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How many chlorine atoms are there in a chlorine molecule?

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