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Convert the provided V to L from mL and mM to M. Multiply them to get the moles of AgO and then use the molar mass of AgO to find the mass in g. Lastly convert this g to microgram
A chemist adds 470.0 mL of a 8.8 x 10 -5 mM silver(II) oxide (AgO) solution to a reaction flask. Calculate the mass in micrograms of silver(II) oxide the chemist has added to the flask. Round your answer to 2 significant digits.
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