Problem: How many moles are contained in each number of grams of fructose (C 6H12O6 molar mass 180.2 g/mol), a carbohydrate that is about twice as sweet as table sugar? "Lite" food products use half as much fructose as table sugar to achieve the same sweet taste, but with fewer calories. Enter your answer in scientific notation. a. 19.0 g                                  b. 0.0820 g a.                      x 10           molb.                      x 10           mol

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How many moles are contained in each number of grams of fructose (C 6H12O6 molar mass 180.2 g/mol), a carbohydrate that is about twice as sweet as table sugar? "Lite" food products use half as much fructose as table sugar to achieve the same sweet taste, but with fewer calories. Enter your answer in scientific notation. 

a. 19.0 g                                  b. 0.0820 g 

a.                      x 10           mol

b.                      x 10           mol


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