We’re being asked to calculate for the mass (grams) of 1 water (H2O) molecule.
We can calculate the mass of a molecule using the following steps:
Step 1: Convert the number of molecules to moles (using the Avogadro’s number)
How many grams is a water molecule?
a. 2x1023 g
b. 3x1023 g
c. 3x10-23 g
d. 8x10-23 g
e. 5x10-19 g
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