How many moles of hydrogen atom are present in one mole of Aluminum hydroxide?

Question 

How many moles of hydrogen atom are present in one mole of Aluminum hydroxide?

(a) One mole

(b) Two moles

(c) Three moles

(d) Four moles

Solution

Correct Answer is: (c) Three moles

 

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