1.7 Proportions in Chemical Bonds 2
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Given that the relative atomic mass of carbon is about 12, how many grams of carbon would it take to make a mole of carbon? (to the nearest whole number)
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How many grams of oxygen (to the nearest whole number) would it take to make a mole of oxygen atoms?
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How many grams (to the nearest whole number) would it take to make a mole of water molecules? (A molecule of water is H2O)
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The relative atomic mass of aluminum is about 27, and that of chlorine is about 35. Given that the formula for aluminum chloride is AlCl3, determine the mass ratio of aluminum to chlorine in aluminum chloride (AlCl3).
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What is the mass (to the nearest whole number) of 1 mole of aluminum chloride?
 (132, 133, 132.0, 133.0) grams
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Approximately how many moles of water are contained in 27 grams of water? (Round to one decimal place.)
 (1.5)
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Approximately how many grams of magnesium chloride would result if 6 grams of magnesium completely reacted with chlorine?
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