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How many grams of NaOH are required to make 0.10 moles of NaOH? @Abhisar

Chemistry
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Tell em molecular mass of Na , O and H
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Na =23, O=16 & H=1

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Molar mass of NaOH= 23+16+1=40
22.989769280 ± 0.000000020 g/mol Na
H 1.007940 ± 0.000070 g/mol
40 grams of NaOH is required for making 1 mole, so for 0.10 moles 40*0.10=0.4 grams of NaOH is required.
O 15.99940 ± 0.00030 g/mol
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