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In grams, how much does a single molecule of lead(II) butanoate weigh?

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Well, the molecular formula for butanoate is: C5H10O2 First, take a look at your molecular formula, which is PbC5H10O2 Then, look @ ur periodic table. Look at the mass for each element individually multiply it by the number present add everything together.
For example, You have five carbons, so you would take the mass of carbon and multiply it by 5. Same with Hydrogen, oxygen, and lead.

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