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a7x4evr<3

  • 2 years ago

How to convert the mass of water to moles of water. Mass of water= 0.592 g

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  1. Gabbruce
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    Moles = mass / molar mas

  2. a7x4evr<3
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    so i take the mass of water and divide it by the molar mass of H2O?

  3. Gabbruce
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    Yes

  4. a7x4evr<3
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    thank you!

  5. Gabbruce
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    You welcome.

  6. Gabbruce
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    Molar mass H2O = 18.0153g/mol

  7. a7x4evr<3
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    okay. And it also says convert the mass of dehydrated compound to moles of the compound. How am I supposed to know the molar mass of the dehydrated compound?

  8. Gabbruce
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    Honestly I am not sure because not even I know the mass of a dehydrated compound. Sorry.

  9. a7x4evr<3
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    okay well thanks anyway :)

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