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17 February, 18:32

How many grams of co2 are in 6 mol of the compound and the units?

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  1. 17 February, 20:09
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    N (CO₂) = 6 mol.

    M (CO₂) = 12 g/mol + 2 · 16 g/mol.

    M (CO₂) = 44 g/mol.

    m (CO₂) = n (CO₂) · M (CO₂).

    m (CO₂) = 6 mol · 44 g/mol.

    m (CO₂) = 264 g.

    n (CO₂) - amount of substance of carbon dioxide.

    m (CO₂) - mass of carbon dioxide.

    M (CO₂) - molar mass of carbon dioxide.
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