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Chiomatn93 Group Title

Use the atomic masses to calculate the # of moles of the element present. 4.95 g of Neon

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    I believe you are trying to convert grams into moles, the atomic mass of Neon is 20.180 g/mole, so you would divide the grams of Neon by the atomic mass to receive moles of Neon.

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    so is the answer 0.245 mol N??

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    That would be correct.

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