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Converting Grams and Moles

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To do this assignment, use your calculator to do the calculations required. Then invert the calculator to read the message word. Insert the message word into the appropriate space in the statement. Round off all atomic masses to the nearest whole number before using them.

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1. a. Mass of 100 mol of arsenic =
b. Add mass of 1 mol of cesium to (a) =
c. Add 101 to (b) =
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2. a. Number of mols in 10 003 g of hydrogen =
b. Add the mass of 3,281 mol of carbon to (a) =
c. Add (1.c.) to (2.b.) =
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3. a. Mass of 10 mol of germanium =
b. Add mass of 1 mol of Neon to (a) =
c. Subtract mass of a mol of calcium from (b) =
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1. a. Mass of 100 mol of arsenic =
b. Add mass of 1 mol of cesium to (a) =
c. Add 101 to (b) =
Word answer for 1

To convert mol to grams, multiply by the molar mass. The molar mass of As is 74.92 g/mol.
a. 100 mol As * 75 g/mol = ...

Solution Summary

This solution explains how to convert between mass and moles of elements using the molar mass of those elements.

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