The mass of 2.23 x10^23 atoms of sulfur is 2.23 x10^23*2.27*10-27 kg

The mass of 2.23 x10^23 atoms of sulfur is 5.11*10-26 kg

In order to find the mass, we need to know the density of sulfur and then we can calculate the mass using the equation M=ρV/D, where M=mass, ρ=density, V=volume and D=diameter (or radius).

Sulfur has a density of 1.86 g/cm3 and a diameter of 0.0616 m (6.16 mm). If we plug these values into our equation, we get M=ρV/D = 1.86 g/cm3 × 6.16 cm3 / 1 mm = 1.19 g/mm or 19 mg per millimeter (0.19 g/cm).

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