One Step Mole Problems For Element - Mass II

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Chemistry - One Step Mole Problem for Elements - Mass II

Answer the following using the appropriate equation or using dimensional analysis. Show all work, cancel units, etc.

1. How many grams in 12.6 moles of Ag (silver)?

2. If I weighed out 32.4 grams of Sr (strontium), how many moles of Sr do I have?

3. How many grams in 0.45 moles of Sb (antimony)?

4. If I weighed out 0.520 grams of Al (aluminum), how many moles do I have?

Answer: 1) 1.36E3g Ag 2)0.368 mole Sr 3) 55g Sb 4)0.0193 mole Al

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