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Chiomatn93

Use the atomic masses to calculate the # of moles of the element present..... 115 mg of silver

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    This question relates back to the one I previously answered for you. The difference is to convert the 115 mg of silver into g of silver since the atomic mass is in g/mole, you do the same knowing the atomic mass of silver to be 107.87. Does this help answer your question?

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    but this one is mg now instead of g

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    That is true, if you know how many mg is 1 g you can do a conversion.

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    ok thanks

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