  # For the molecular compound sulfur trioxide, disulfur decafluoride, H20 what would you multiply the molecules of SO3, grams of S2F10, moles of H2O in order to get moles of SO3, moles of S2F10, molecules of H2O.

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For the molecular compound sulfur trioxide, disulfur decafluoride, H20 what would you multiply the molecules of SO3, grams of S2F10, moles of H2O in order to get moles of SO3, moles of S2F10, molecules of H2O.

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Step 1

1 mole of a compound is equal to its 6.022×1023 molecules. Therefore, 1 mole of SO3 is equal to 6.022×1023 molecules of SO3.

Thus, the conversion factor is represented by equation (1).

Multiply the conversion factor with x molecules of SO3 in order to calculate the moles of SO3.

Step 2

The mass of  of disulfur decafluoride (S2F10) is equal to its molar mass. It is expressed as shown in expression (2).

Thus, the conversion factor is represented by expression (3).

Multiply the conversion factor with the grams of S2F10 in order to calculate its number of moles.

Step 3

1 mole of a compound is equal to its 6.022×1023 molecules. Therefore, 1 mole of H2O is equal to 6.022×1023 molecules of H2O.

Thus, the conversion factor is represented b...

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