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Procedure: Hypothetical Example: Carbon monoxide, CO (You will use NaCl instead) Question One: How much salt, in moles, is there in the container? Step 1: Find the mass or weight on the container. 50 grams. (Use 737 grams of NaCl) Step 2: Use the periodic table to find the atomic masses of each of the elements in the compound. C= 12.01 grams O= 16.00 grams Na = ? grams Cl = ? grams

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