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Nurse Emma measured out 5 grams of potassium chloride (KCL). Using dimensional analysis, calculate how many moles of KCL she weighed out. (Go out 2 decimal places in your final answer). - Hint, must convert grams to moles. 

Thank you for any help, Jacquie

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