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KMHS_Chemistry

Chapter 6 Practice: Mole Conversion Factors

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What conversion factor would you use to convert 15 moles of water to # of molecules? 6.02 x 10^23 molecules / 1 mole water.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 7 grams of carbon to # of moles? 1 mole / molar mass of carbon.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 25 liters of hydrogen to # of moles? 1 mole / 22.4 liters.
What is the convertion factor you use to convert 9 formula units of iron to # of moles? 1 mole / 6.02 x 10^23 formula units.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 5 moles of sulfur to # of grams? Molar mass of sulfur / 1 mole.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 6 moles of nitroges to # of liters? 22.4 liters / 1 mole.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 20 grams of gold to # of moles? 1 mole / molar mass of gold.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 18 liters of oxygen to # of moles? 1 mole / 22.4 liters.
What convertion factor would you use to convert 22 atoms of sodium to # of moles? 1 mole / 6.02 x 10 ^23.
Created by: KellyBeck on 2009-01-08



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