Problem: Bauxite, the principal ore used in the production of aluminum, has a molecular formula of Al2O3 • 2H2O. The • H2O in the formula are called waters of hydration. Each formula unit of the compound contains two water molecules.c. How many atoms of aluminum are in 0.58 mole of bauxite?

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Bauxite, the principal ore used in the production of aluminum, has a molecular formula of Al2O3 • 2H2O. The • H2O in the formula are called waters of hydration. Each formula unit of the compound contains two water molecules.

c. How many atoms of aluminum are in 0.58 mole of bauxite?

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