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Finding the Mass of Potassium Sulfite

What is the mass of 3.25 moles of potassium sulfite and how do I figure this out?

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What is the mass of 3.25 moles of potassium sulfite and how do I figure this out?

The first thing we need to do is know what the chemical formula for potassium sulfite is.

Potassium is K. And since potassium is in the first column of the period table, it forms a K+ ion.

What is sulfite? Sulfite is SO3 with a -2 charge. I'll write it like this: SO3^-2. The "^" sign indicates a ...

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