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4 June, 05:33

A student performs an experiment similar to what you will be doing in lab, except using titanium metal instead of magnesium metal. The student weights out 0.108 g of titanium. How many moles of titanium is this?

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  1. 4 June, 07:30
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    n = 0.0022 mol

    Explanation:

    Moles is denoted by given mass divided by the molar mass,

    Hence,

    n = w / m

    n = moles,

    w = given mass,

    m = molar mass.

    From the information of the question,

    w = 0.108 g

    As we known,

    The molar mass of titanium = 47.867 g / mol

    The mole of titanium can be caused by using the above relation, i. e.,

    n = w / m

    n = 0.108 g / 47.867 g / mol

    n = 0.0022 mol
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