Problem: An aspirin tablet contains 325.0 mg of aspirin, which has the molecular formula C9H8O4. Part 1How many moles of aspirin are in the tablet? Part 2How many molecules of aspirin are in the tablet? 

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An aspirin tablet contains 325.0 mg of aspirin, which has the molecular formula C9H8O4

Part 1

How many moles of aspirin are in the tablet? 

Part 2

How many molecules of aspirin are in the tablet? 


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