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# How many moles are in 45g of F?

45 g is equal to 1,184 moles fluorine.

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## Related Questions

There are 45 ml in 45g because for every 1 ml there is 1 g.

The answer is two moles of F atoms or 1 mole of F2 molecules.

The mass of 4 moles of fluorine (F) atoms is 76 g.

Boron trifluoride is BF3. So each mole of BF3 contains 1 moles of boron (B) and 3 moles of fluorine (F). Thus, 3 moles of BF3 contains NINE moles of fluorine.

It is 45 since I think gm and g stand for grams.

The mass of 4 moles of fluorine F atoms is 151,98 g (because fluorine is a diatomic element).

The answer is SeF6.This is figured by:2.231 grams of Se divided by 78.79 g/mol = 0.0283 moles of Se3.221 grams of F divided by 18.998 g/mol = 0.1695 moles of F0.1695 moles of Se/0.0283 moles of F = 5.9909 ~ 6 moles of Se/mole of FSo SeF6

An oz is 28.34 gm . So this is about 1-3/5 ounces

Moles of one substance compared to moles of the second substance. Ex. moles of reactant A compared to moles pf product F

2.67 g NF3 x 1 mole NF3/71 g NF3 x 3 mole F/mole NF3 = 0.113 moles Fluorine

depends on how many moles of reactants

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