Problem: A 0.370 mol sample of a metal oxide (M 2O3) weighs 55.4 g. How many grams of M are in the sample, and what element is represented by the symbol M? a) 75.28 g/mol; Arsenic b) 101.7 g; Ruthenium c) 37.6 g; Vanadium d) 17.8 g; Metalium e) 41.3 g; Iron

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A 0.370 mol sample of a metal oxide (M 2O3) weighs 55.4 g. How many grams of M are in the sample, and what element is represented by the symbol M?

a) 75.28 g/mol; Arsenic

b) 101.7 g; Ruthenium

c) 37.6 g; Vanadium

d) 17.8 g; Metalium

e) 41.3 g; Iron

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