A sample of sulfur has a mass of 232 grams. How many moles of sulfur are in the sample? 7.24 mol of S 7.235 mol of S 8.00 mol of S

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A sample of sulfur has a mass of 232 grams. How many moles of sulfur are in the sample? 7.24 mol of S 7.235 mol of S 8.00 mol of S

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2022-04-22T02:06:33+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Elliana
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    2022-04-22T02:08:23+00:00

    Answer:

    7.235 mol of S are in the given sample

    Explanation:

    Number of mol calculated as follows:

    Number of mol = amount in g / molar mass

    Given that amount of sulfur = 232 grams.

    Molar mass of sulfur = 32.065 g/ mol

    Therefore the number of S is calculated as follows:

    Number of mol = 232 grams/ 32.065 g/ mol

    = 7.235 mol

    7.235 mol of S are in the given sample

  2. Eden97
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    2022-04-22T02:08:31+00:00

    Sulfur has atomic mass of 32.06 so you divide 232 by 32.06 to get 7.24 mol using sig figs
    answer= 7.24 mol of S

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