Problem: A small kidney stone might contain 0.47 g of uric acid (C 5H4N4O3). How many micromoles (μmol) of uric acid are contained in this stone? Express your answer using two significant figures.

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A small kidney stone might contain 0.47 g of uric acid (C 5H4N4O3). 

How many micromoles (μmol) of uric acid are contained in this stone? Express your answer using two significant figures.


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