Problem: A single molecule of a certain compound has a mass of 3.4 x 10 –22 g. Which value comes closest to the mass of a mole of this compound? a) 50 g•mol–1 b) 100 g•mol–1 c) 150 g•mol–1 d) 200 g•mol–1

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A single molecule of a certain compound has a mass of 3.4 x 10 –22 g. Which value comes closest to the mass of a mole of this compound?

a) 50 g•mol–1

b) 100 g•mol–1

c) 150 g•mol–1

d) 200 g•mol–1

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