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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.

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    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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