white - hydrogen (5)
black - carbon (2)
red - oxygen (2)
blue - nitrogen (1)
Glycine formula: C2H5NO2
molar mass = 75.08 g/mol
Glycine, an amino acid used by organisms to make proteins, is represented by the molecular model below.
Calculate how many moles of glycine are in a 140.0-g sample of glycine.
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