# Problem: Calculate the mass of each sample.a. 15.7 mol HNO3b. 1.04 ×10–3 mol H2O2c. 72.1 mmol SO2d. 1.23 mol xenon difluoride

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We’re being asked to calculate the mass of each sample.

Convert the mass to moles (using molar mass).

moles (molar mass) → mass

a. 15.7 mol HNO3

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Calculate the mass of each sample.

a. 15.7 mol HNO3

b. 1.04 ×10–3 mol H2O2

c. 72.1 mmol SO2

d. 1.23 mol xenon difluoride

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