Asked Nov 5, 2019

A person drinks 1.50 × 103 g of water, H2O, per day. How many moles is this?

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Mass of water = 1.50×103 g

Molar mas...

Number of moles is calculated as by sing following formula
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Number of moles is calculated as by sing following formula Mass Moles Molar mass


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