Q: How many moles are in 53.8 g of magnesium chloride?

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The molecular mass of AlCl3 is 133,340 538 6 g.

The molar mass of aluminium is 26,981 538 5(7) g.1 g of aluminium is equivalent to 0,037 moles.

538 cm=

538 milliliters is 0.538 liters.

The formula for this conversion is mEq = mg/atomic weight * valence. The atomic weight of sodium chloride is 23mg/mM.

Since you have you're Molarity and your Liters you can use the formula M= mol/ L 2.3 M = mol / .538 L Multiply both sides by .538 to get the mol alone. mol of KCL = 1.2374

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538. The ml and the cm3 are equal volumes.

538 ounces equates to approximately 15.25 kg.

There are 1000 metres in one kilometre. Therefore, 538 kilometres is equal to 538 x 1000 = 538000 metres.

538 ml is equal to 0.538l (or 0.538 liters).

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538 mL is 0.538 liters (1,000 mL in each liter).

538 ml is 0,538 liter 1 / 0,538 = 1,859

538 mL = 0.538 LTo convert from mL to L, divide by 1000.

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