To calculate mass from moles, we simply need to multiply the molar mass to the number of moles. However, we are not given the molar mass for the compound in our problem so we would have to manually calculate for that.
Calculate the mass in grams of 11.6 mol of chromium(III) sulfate decahydrate. Enter your answer in scientific notation.
x 10 g chromium (III) sulfate decahydrate
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