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Mole Worksheet (Dimensional Analysis) #2 I. What is the weight (in grams) for each of the following compounds or elements? 1. 7.24 moles of silver phosphate 2. 2.88 moles of diphosphorous pentoxide 3. 0.0009273 moles of zinc bicarbonate 4. 154.8 moles of silicon tetraiodide 5. 88.624 moles of silver II. Answer the following questions. 1. How many atoms are in 6.28 moles of aluminum? 2. How many atoms are in 90.43 moles of copper? 3. How many atoms in 7.64 moles of barium? 4. How many molecules in 3.72 moles of sulfur dioxide? 5. 78.54 g of nitrogen dioxide contain how many molecules? 6. How many moles of water are represented by 8.33 x 10 18 molecules of water? 7. 76.4 g of water contain how many molecules? 8. 76.4 moles of oxygen difluoride contain how many molecules? 9. How many grams does 8.92 x 10 24 atoms of tin weigh? 10. What is the weight in grams of 4.28 x 10 20 molecules of bromine trifluoride? III. Sodium hydroxide reacts with phosphoric acid, H
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course CHEM 30a taught by Professor Harrison during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.

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