What Is The Mass In Grams Of One Mole Of Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)?


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The answer is 64 grams per mole. We know that Oxygen has an atomic mass of 16. And since there are two of them we multiply that number by two to get 32. And sulfur also has an atomic mass of 32 and there is only one of them so we simply add 32 and 32 to get 64 grams per mole of SO2.

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