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molar mass =207.2 g / mol

no. moles = mass/ molar mass

moles = 1

1(207.2) = mass

mass of 1 mole lead is 207.2g molar mass =207.2 g / mol

no. moles = mass/ molar mass

moles = 1

1(207.2) = mass

mass of 1 mole lead is 207.2g

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