The mass of Venus’s atmosphere is 4.8 * 10 ^ 20 kg. In it, for every 1000 molecules, there are 965 molecules of carbon dioxide

The mass of Venus’s atmosphere is 4.8 * 10 ^ 20 kg. In it, for every 1000 molecules, there are 965 molecules of carbon dioxide CO2 and 35 molecules of nitrogen N2. 97% of the mass of Titan’s atmosphere is nitrogen and 3% is methane CH4. The atmospheric pressure on Titan’s surface is 1.5 times the atmospheric pressure on the Earth’s surface. In which atmosphere is the nitrogen mass greater and by how many times?

The masses of nitrogen in these atmospheres are almost equal (in the atmosphere of Venus, about 10% more).

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